The Daytona gazette=news

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The Daytona gazette=news
Alternate title:
Ormond gazette=news
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Daytona gazette news
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Ormond gazette news
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Place of Publication:
Daytona Fla
Edward Fitzgerald
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January 23, 1909
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Newspapers -- Daytona (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Ormond (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Volusia County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona
United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Ormond
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The Gazette-News of Daytona began publication in the 1890s and continued until January 26, 1901. On that date, it was succeeded by the Daytona Gazette-News, also known as the Ormond Gazette-News. This successor newspaper ceased publication in about 1922. Both papers covered news of traffic up and down the Florida coast. The St. Johns and Halifax River Railway, later renamed the Florida East Coast Railway, reached Daytona--present-day Daytona Beach--in 1886, a decade after the city had been incorporated. Daytona proved to be a new American city for the new American Century. With the railway’s arrival, Daytona’s proximity to the ocean made it a premier tourist destination. The history of racing in Daytona is also well documented, beginning with car races along the beach, followed by more organized races inland on oyster shell and later asphalt speedways. The newspapers also reported on the use of automobiles for stumping the state politically. Finally, researchers can find references to the activities of Florida transportation and tourism pioneer, Henry Flagler.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 11, no. 34 (Feb. 2, 1901)-
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Ceased in 1922?
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Vol.20 No. 35 lion Everywhere. Reacht All Clam. Daytona Florida Saturday January 23 1909. Ben AJy .
ftUlBg Medium la Dayton and Vicinity Price 5 Cents

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REMARKABLEi Open all the

Trunks, Bags, Suit Cases, etc.IN I II :
I Orange Avenue Daytona Fla.
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Trunks, Bags Suit Cases, Telescopes, Tourist Straps, Trunk Straps, ELKCTKIC:
I Shawl: Straps: Name Tags, etc., just received, we have a complete I GREENS.

assOitment of Matting-covered Suit Cases and Telescopes. Also a s HOT( AND COLD BATHS.I u
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i novelty in a flatting covered Hand Rig.0l'B l."\\\: = .1.*'CtS Wanted: A Good Hard Shell Road Wouldn't "Daytona" Shown Up The Truck Gardens Western I i TABLE FIRST-CUss. ROOM I FOR A fEW TABLE BOARDERS.GKO. .

I THE PECK. HENDRICKS 1 COMPANY. From Daytona South To In Incandescent Lights in a Suburbs A Feast For t

........N......((1.N........INNOm(NNtotot Titusville. Crescent "Look Good?" The Eye. s ,

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.I.I.I.t.I.I...I.I.I.I.I...I.I.1.I1 .i.l retie C01ISSKRS t T TAKE NOTICE.I PUS FOR BIG "AD" RESTED. A LOOK IN i OX i LEON I DESPUi.It : ..........10.........................................

i Real Groceries i ,f KKK r. r aR It. 'I THE WHITE HOUSE A1D DAYTONA COTTAGES BEACtf. FLA. f

fi i In the Daily News of January 9th. under The GazeUe-Xews behc\esin Daytona; i is well worth a trip out almost any '! J Capacity 30 rooms. Hooms bright, airy and completely furnished. Modern J

r. .. the title of "Titusville: Meet Us HalfWay is for Daytona Got, last and all the timeIt street into the western: suburbs to seethe i +* improvements, clean and UI-to-d&tf' Located on Seabreeze Avenue a short 4
: I, ," comment was made on the good believes that for beauty, both natural flourishing condition of the truck' T !ial distance rates by from week Atlantic or 11'3."On.Ocean. Summer rates SI 00 per day and up. Spec- *

: It has been our aim to establisha ) I condition of the road south to Oak Hill and artificial, it has all other Florida patches. \ E. L. HOWARD Proprietor. J.

: grocery here that will meet : : and of the impassable gulf between Oak towns 'fVinmil a mile." If there i U any A Gazette-News; man took a stroll out ........1..................1..1...NN.NN... N.. ....
Hill other
and Titusville.! Editor Walton of town on the Florida map, a real, Magnolia avenue and found Leon PCS- -
: with the popular wants of the : i the East Coast Advocate reproduces the sure-enough, ide-awake, wf'II''
snappy up- pland looking a typical "hayseed, ************************** ***************************
: people) we study their I wants Daily News article with this comment: and-at-it go-aftor-it, get-there sort of bronzed and hard at work. Mr. Dvs- :

: and their needs and buy accordingly. : I "A good idea, Brother Fitzgerald, but town, the G-X hasn't seen it, and pland fInd helpers were picking and THE MAGNOLIA I
I how about Volu--i.i county fixing about no other certainly is making a "noise grading strawberries and they had someas :
: We are not overtaxed : six miles, from Oak Hill to her south that sounds like a town." handromo fruit as the Ga ('tte-Xews RIDGEWOOD AVENUE. : a

I with expense and are enabled to : boundary'"Brevard I, There is a little blur way over. on one Ulan ever saw. It was large, rich in1' : Larqe Rooms r furnace heat Electric Lights. :* ,

has a good rood for more bide of the map where a little steam now color and of delightful flavor. i : Rates $.,.oo Per Day. :
sell Give
at prices :I than six miles north of Titus\'illt' and : and then emits that-t.oundslikcOll''tt'rs- Mr. Drepland is growing a berry he : MRS. CELESTE HINKS

.: us a trial for the I coming month.I .. advocates with the of continuing' the road are met ''I burg," but "it w iutermiUent and may calls the Klondike: with wtrch he is I' + ................ .+F.io44i, Propritress..>.4aW-li.4 1 N>Et .: atsaN44rr4a
question Why lay out mon..yfor "peter out. greatly pleased. A large patch set a j
the completion of the road when six i I I ajtotia must continue to lead the little less than three months ago show **"#**,*.,,..........,.... ......****..*..*****....*
S. W. CARROLL miles of the most impassable road lies :
i 5 way; she must continue to give the up exceedingly well and are bearing THE MYRTLE MYRTLE AVENUE :
in Volubia county? I abundantly of choice fruit. lie :
sltepyburgs au exhibition of speed that was 1 Centrally Located.A :
; "Automobiles cannot, as a rule, come shipping it at 75c
I will make their heads im she per quart. :
Ii" ,; must Homelike
House with
Boarding all
= The North Beach st. Grocer. :I south of Oak Hill, and without the road continue to hand out the very latest to lie exhibited with pride another patch, : i modern conveniences. :
: from that point to the boundary lir.i"being the ruralists. the variety not yet named, which has : Can atTomfxlatp more table boarders. :

: fixed the money tocuntinueour \\JT- not yet been set quite six weeks and he PRICES: REASONABLE. :
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Telephone : It is in consonance ith this idea of
I I tion would be practically wasted. is getting a sprinkling of berries from it : M RS. C. KOST, Proprietess. *
.........................8.......................... I "Build your road to the dh\ :-ion line supremacy and keeping a !safe' lead met r also. This is a remarkable showing and '< 1ex.4aaa.... ........ .... .. *r
the procession that the GazetteNews -anon nay ************************
__ and then we have no doubt but that an achievement few besides Mr. Des- ,
I Brevard will make the connection. conceived the idea of a big crescent of pland could accomplish. .+++++.++.+*...*.. ....+.*...+................+......
incandescent .
YOU WILL FIND WHAT IOU SEEK lights spelling"Daytona"inbold "
It Volusia i
r county's next move He has thrifty and promising patches 2
brazen letters Accomodates
Tllis crescent of Fifty.
of under the category of' real estate," whet h. So here is the situation: Dn''ard'won't letters to be <>f onions, lettuce, celery cabbage, cauliflower 1"THE! PINES NEW. HOUSE t
r ]: suspended near the F. E C.
t erTei rr it l>e a house, store, stable, farm or city extend her stall road north toward ;''station I when of all the turnips, carrots, etc. All Conveniences. J
country lots unimproved, for tenancy Volusia l>l'l'au1'e'olusia has alit-j i' The visitor: discovered that Mr. Des-
!' yourown trains could "sit up Wild take notice." i Rates: $2.50 Per Day and Up. Special by the Month.
.E to rent others or hold as an f1 in I- tie gap of unfinished road, and \"olulilllwnnt !, pland is quite a chicken fancier and his ,
\'l'.tlllt'nt-ail these parcels-on our lists, go on south of Oak Hill because I! and that all of them would rash to the premises were noisy with cackles and : An attractive home with large and airy roonn, hot and cold water through the ,
windows and"rubl er"there is I noilouht. i
> Dou'.esulphurorsaltwnterbathtlirtdeIght.furnacehealand .
/" / \\' ich are free to your search. We are at when she reaches her southern bound- ; a-doodlc-doos.. He had over 700, : .,()f the pleasant features ol "The l'lnr."are It telephone.Hoin
'' wide verandas and Its Roof
iiiiir M-rvice for anything In the real et"trimMws ary Brevard has a gap of abominable Manager (;l1nn. of the rkLantr} light about 300 of which ranged in size from i j Harden: tiTortllng! a tine view 01 the country,river and ocean
; road almost impassable for automobiles. plant, says it would be easy to arrange newly I hatched up to broilers. "The Pion"I"* .ltuat Well, what i ito lx done Wouldn'tit and that it aced not cost 1hig lot of He is partial to the Rhode Island : .. orn suite, with or without peyote bath.

I.) J. C. BUTLER, l>e a rood idea for the commissioners | 1I10nf')'. "Manager Gunn could arrange a Reds. He thinks they are the best winter .I i OPEN FROM NOVEMBER 15 TO MAY i.
r of each county to appoint a committee j( "winker, a cluster of led and blue layers for Florida and he is selling :

\ r 1C ml state. Lif- Fire and Accident Ins. of ray two to meet with the committee i j' light whose winking at the Jlot.turnal.all the eggs he gets atoOc]>er dozen He t MRS. J. B. HINSKY.' Proprietress.
,-, rh<>nc23f, Daytona teach, FU. of pilgrims would fix their 1 .
the other
'onf'rith them gaze Upon"Pajtona" }
has '
county ( i i som'C'ry handsome! pens of the 338 South RiJgewood Avenue, DAYTONA. FLA.
--- and formulate plan, and decide how in her filming letters. showy red birds. :
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and Volusia inert half way. that i iat aderlid; it woiill Ina tinstrikehynot executive ability and resourcefulnesswho ....N4NNNNN......5-.iN1.NNNNNNNNNN.
f Ask for the Bread i their respective county lines, and let ; \\' ? will reclaim the Florida waste places i. td

4 1 them take up the matter conjointly and j The(5rt7ette Vewsbiliexi-s that the el- and demonstrate their fruitfulness. THE PROSPECTSouth

f push the two ends conjointly, and by will -- f
with the stamp of I leelriclight |H-opIe mrryout the idea I
another season Daytona and Titusville
:jata i ronpur.iti\ trilling e\j: ><'n-e to
f I will witness daily visits <>f tourists from i the city. If thought best the light THE PROSPECT Ridgewood Avenue

one city to the other. I could !Ire tun-itl on only a little while at t :

i V IitgJtlll NNtl1 y Daytona Bakery The GazetteXew feels warranted in : train time, or it could Ire used through .I Steam I Heat, Klortnc Lights, two blocks from

; saying that Dayton, Port Orange New i' out the night.

!1 Smyrna and Oak Hill will join enthusiastically -I I The electric, light plant has just e.stab- IS GOOD ; j ( epot- and pO:\tolhCe. Garage on premises. I

in the movement for the ,
come i li.hl'llIt its own expense| an arc light to
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11. E. QUIQQ, I pie t ion of the Volusia end if assured beyond -j light the entrance tci the eroumN. This : ROOMS ONLY.

jK-radventure that Krcvard will could tx substituted and the city pay THANK YOU. 1 j
t;; meet them at the line. I whatoer additional : the ulti-
e\Iense P DOYLE
2 ,'iit- Proprietor. J. Proprietor.
Z Take the matter up with the powers tution might inxohe. --- -- : : .i.iI..I..I.

NN1......1.1.1111N1..C..4 .............. ........ that bto, Editor Walton, and we' whether( What say you, l Crediting The Various Reports *1N..N111..1.11111111 ;...
hey think it worth hile.
-- --- Daytona Entertains tier Full a....e ricee
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A Couple of Blackbirds. Share of Tourists.VrRY THE

i Henry White,a black man, commonly r Magnolia Avuiueppo.ite Postolhce

Cabinet MaKer. Wood WorRer. a a C. SMITH'S APPOINTMENT.t known as 'Shorty," was before Ju-tiie QUIET AT SOME 1 Rooms Only Steam lit! at Sanitary ;
Titus, Monday morning;, charged with
Picture Frames, 1 IXmr and Window Screen* made to order. a R >. K: embezzling a bicycle from (5. P. Johnson ..Iit LiA tB Kvervtiing: up to date. I

J of Daytona Beach, and forging! anorder from GREEN Proprietor.
Judging .
from the
Cottage Avenue, (DAYTONA, FLA. a Is Now Postmaster Smith For reports coming ,

.f .Kiletxlt: ....., .. .... a for provisions!' at one of the btoresin various resorts of Florida the presenttourit .......g......... ......N........
FtrE rr I* **** ******************** The Remainder of The Unex- that town. He was bound over to season w something out of thecr- -

-- -- the Criminal Court in the um of <.">00, dinary. Most of the North Florida resorts **************************** **************************

pired Term. and, failing! bond was taken to I>to l.anal. think the "run" little and it It
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*. The U. S. Senate approves the Tret.-! Monday afternoon, by u- Jal'riIT J. I R:. stints to l be the concensus of opinion that i
R. D. TAYLOR. Electrical Contractor Turner, who was returning to his home
lent's of W. C. Smith tourists are doing the unexpected *
appointment to :
(! Centrally located on \olusia Avenue, the main avenue from the depot to
bt at Datona. There at the county wat. Gad Taylor, the going first to Cuba the West Indies r
postmaster is -1
no the rater front the Halifax Hi\"I'r. Three
t House Wiring Specialty. on : minutes walk to stores, post-
t sigh of relief the of Mr. colored marshal made the arrot While and to the extreme South and working *
as appointment .
office, churches: ate. The Howard is strictly a first class house in every
waiting for the train another black man It-
: IX'aler in Elt> \ Smith has been a foregone conclusion luck by easy stages. iG'Orge at moderate
e.tri'aSupl'lit'i of All Kind Fixtures, Shades respect prices. TABLE A SPECIALTY. Northern
+ by the name of groan, surrenderedhimself :
for time and just returnd
some neither Mr. Smith
t Lamps: No. cooking, the cuisine exceptionally' good, the best the market affords. Under
Orango avenue, DAYTONA, FLA. nor. any of the turned down applicants and was hund-cutTed to Whiteto from St. Augustine where he went on *
the direct i
sUllf'n'ison} of the proprietor. The house has modern
111.1...1.11...1111.111111111..01111.11.1111...N1.11 were surprised when the confirmationnews lie taken to I 'Land and turned OUT some business and he reports the old venience and improvement hiss l.ire veranda and pagoda every and i is con sur- i
to the authorities five Oak where he
at ,
reached the town lity. .
rounded! by lawns and &hul tr<' -. U dry and well.t'ntilat..l..
Mr. Smith is now busy, smilingly receiving was wanted in regard to some Kind- I up there are anything but optimistic For terms apply to the pnn[ "tor,
11 111..11 11 11 $,.14 4 4 the congratulations of his friends jumping case It

I I and reading telegrams of congratulation.An ))'ytona has no kkk coming. She I:tit JOHN C. HOWARD.
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I. Bond Lumber Company i. early Monday telegram read:: got & big delegation unusually early and

"Mr. and Mrs W. C. Smith Runaway Accident. became over confident. She !ts perceptibly xxaaxxxx44444x44444cccccsssaa..asaaxaa.a..saaae. as 1.-.

Congratulations on your confirmation ahead of former seasons but hasn'tthe 1.......111N.1111111....f1.04111..
ROUGH AND DRESSED by the Senate. Henry S. Chubb." About noon Sunday while (!ids I.iud- big crowd that early arrivals seemed .
PINE AND CYPRESS LUMBED .... ... burg was driving into li yard on South .
I Mr. and Mrs.I Smith have the ability to presage.Cndoubtedly I OTTO A. SPIES
Beach the horse I i
i experience, the force and the inclinationto street apparently there are more automo-

Lath, Shingles, Flooring, Ceiling, Brick, Lime give an efficient, upto-date MT\ice frightened at the flowing will and in bile here now than were ever here !bee *
for Daytona. :shying ran the buggy against a hitching lore eo! early in the reason and the au- : 107 North Beach?: Street i
and Cement in \f Anl' omoe and Yard.: Fist Ccaa '
< post throwing Mr Lindburjc out The .
i 1ta11way and orang AT.HU.M11,1 tutnobile and aeroplane carnival billed
horse then ran up Bleach street until for this l last of March, guarantee their :
1 I -Bond Mill,Atlantic('oasUn... l I'T..UH)mllot soul h of JaektODTllle. I Upholsterer Mattress Maker and
J near Hdlc\'ut'{ avenue when the vehicle stay here and also that they will bee ,
J Kalaroaiao.on Hanrnrd Itrnncb cf th* K K.O. Ky. Death of Miss Eva J. Rotzien. struck a palmetto tree arid the hors joined by many others as the season ads i

t Phone 83 R. J. MAI.liY. Manager.' : Mia* J. KoUien. daughter of Mr. tore loose, being captured a little further \ances. J I Carriage Trimmer. i

and Mrs. W. F.' Hotzitn, of tins city,, north on beach street. Some few' of the hotels are now (,lItt'r4
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died Sunday morning at West Palm was at fiat inought that Mr. find taming guests to the limit ofhl'ir I
A Pl II and
: Complete Line Upholstery Materials.I .
(teach[ of appendicitis" burg had vu.-tnined .fi..u+ injuries arid cavity and all are showing increases! J JI i

Miss I'otiim. who was but _'.'? ytars ofago. I>r. J. I: Ha1liflg{ was called! l but found t I }patronage day by day. First C la Work.. Prompt Delivery. :

:=....1ee1..e+O.t C S.0+* aI..N.. S.D...N.NN...... : went from this pi ice to West Palm: nothing bejond H t<'iiipornry( strain of(f An exctlltnt barometer which series
# WHEN YOU :1 Keach about two weeks a;" andliortly ; the back, and Mr. I I.indburg, tiiou;h\ to how the\ presence of the tourist is tepustolfice. !.<. NINNNNINNNII...+....1.1NN1N1*. .1. .N..*.* :
: after her arrival was taken ill. II. It I somewhat sore, was at\\l'lkagliw Min11 Tostma'ter: Smith says his .

1 : gt tting a ( iron Tank} a new Tin I Rout a Hot Air Furnace, J t Sunders, with whose family she was a t I day morning. sale of stamps u running ahead of pre

: the time, provided for IMF the I test o tI The buggy had a whit MIM.. ,TA! one l %ious }tars. .V latest Siyie Golden Oak
i or any of tie! other ull'talul\.t'1'\silit':06 rtqtiiicd" tea i-onipU'le a modern care and she was treated by two prominent !I| recri\eil some minor damages.Announcement. The High School shows several more $$4 85

Iwclling\ remember that ; ph'sidans.n operation was pupils than were in attendance at this PARl.G1 hGI F.Ronly; "

performed Friday afternoon but -he survived -- --- -- -- time last ).t'ar. M : .< pack and hlp you this rocker

f i only until Sunday. A speeiing touring car in a tweheminute I ____ ." ", ,. r. r, tat.... stores for$7.50. Bastes leather,
; -::;: A" i rude at top. W sda of oat
I C. NASH a SON Her father, W. F. Kotiien.: was with run to Port Orange yesterday :; t ".' u ," 1 ; ;': v poi! >he I her during her illness, having been summoned Hating ben asked by friends! somemonths afternoon met fifteen autonubiles.11} FbtMl 's 'c -UMl\ ", .I' a i.t lot of money by buying end
.; DAYTONA. rLA.Il t."t.r;ix'. t .t Lusalumlxrh klf U ,makes Mlktaf
i by telegraph a wet'k Sunday, to become candi.lattflr three "straws"' ser\e to show that ))'y. r ',
i ago ago a teckx i kt c" ;:- .j ; *. t'I inn n;; t here i.h South to Jtu *l
and he brought the body to Daytona the office of city tax (collector I hertb>' tons is abreast of the procoMuii, and ( rt'Jt e y. wta'"= ,- : ill I ,avy fn'ght c'iargr: and if taikr '
best .
are prepare to give prompt and reliable service at fair prices.General t -' 0.1' l.i: tree eatal.M iow o ef too diflereatr.r
this morning.The announce my candidacy at the next citv then some 1 iT SS) k :: s j s party, dining room, kitchen, porch
tt. repair shop on Volusia Avenue the ti funeral service were held at election\ Feb. 10th. and ask the support There is no disputing the fact: that $i.&i w'w : :e. -.:.l!.:_and .ty1e -all at lowe.tbar>
next to Armory. .
r ; 1 : air:
r srnaranteed
'I c exactly
the Bingham &! Haley undertaking par- of the voters promising, if cletted, to Daytona's incomparable }each, and her gt.a ,. rery irpre-
i Phone 58. K d c: nr money act.; You take no rink what
t Out of town work solicited i lars at :::00 p. m. Monday, Rev. B. F. faithfully perform my duties with courtesy magnificent driveways are the chief attractions ever, Mail ]>o!tal to-Oay for Catalogue ami ipecial

y 1 ............*.......>...............................> Marsh officiating and the intermt'nt'as to all. that draw and hold the HOD'S --.- -/ flJIIDj C,iristrai CUll*rltiClr LUC Mean laser are dollar.M-.1Ta..a--u.ia you pocket tla '
A .. at Pinewood Cemetery. ALBERT E. SHANKS., hare of the" tourist travel. :t
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i PUItUSIIKD[ (: EVERY SATURDAY Old Folks Should be Careful in Their :
tt Selection of Regulative Medicine
*<* T. H. FITZGERALD Editori
I + With advanced age comes inactive bo.. 1mo"emert = 1
I and sluggish liver. Nature is : "- n -
unable to perform her functions and
I Ii I proper - -- -- -
I reqjires -istance.: Otherwise there is I
II ; Florida honn-s in charge -.
constant suffering from constipation and l.iiv

'1; I ( INCORPORATED ) -- i MADE ON BEACH OVER RIVER its: attendant e\ila.: Old folks should never c':2 -f i ''JPL i: C. K C'UTII.' lou will save .<
I: ------ use plnsu:: that u barsh and irritating.

Entered at the Postoffice at Daytona. Florida as Second Class flatter.r i: \Ve have tJeal a remedy safe: dependable that is particularly and altogether, worry and aunotaure by bot'oing :

adapted to the requirements of aged people w and when you return i ju
; A Notable Entry For The $2,000 i ii At Ripe Old Age of Eighty-three'' and persons of weak constitutions who
SUBSCRIPTION RATES. I II suffer from constipation! or other bowel Fall 1011 still be satisfied i that yon

y.r 1 One ropy one year: _______._........_..._ ........._..._______$LSO j Sir Thomas Dewar Trophy Years-Came To Daytona 26 disorder.Ve! are so certain that it mill 1 pricednur! in the right hands.

i : } One ropy six months__ ............. _..._._.._._._._____._ ..aI Is Scheduled. cure these complaints and give absolutesatifaction
I On copy three m mths.' ..._..._ .......__._....._.__.__.__ ___ .40 Years in every particular that we r' Yours resivctfu ly.
I I osier them with our personal guaranteethat
At they Sall cost the user nothing if they
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-S 4 : t SATURDAY JANUARY 23, 1909 TilE EVENT IIDELY Y PillSHEP.Xew !I MAKES S BEQUESTS.In t fail:Jv to ii called substantiate) Kexjll our This rem- ()N.moid Sil.ool. .

II I Retail Orderlies have a soothing healing -
k >t RISK tonic
strengthening and regulativeaction

I GOOD ROADS 'DAYTONA speed records for the world are the pacing a"'yof Mrs. Mary I.. of the upon boweL the They dry, relax produce muscular a natural coat .N1NN 1 1N........................................:

an assured fact for the seventh annual Stanley at her home Tuesday afternoon successive contraction and relaxation of : J. B.

Daytona beach automobile laces scheduled on Palmetto avenue, another ron- the! muscular fibres of the bowel walls. GARRISON"A :

for March ?2d to 26th inclusive as spicuous figue on Daytona streets quit.- generating wave like motion which forces : close examination of electrical :

H I FEVER IS TRUCK a telegram has just been received by F. life's busy scenes for the realms of the their contents onward and outward; thus r al work finished and charged for .
simulating nature in perfect bowel move- j
D. Stidham announcing the entries of great unknown.Mrs. ment. They also'remote all irritation F? 1 from this shop shows hoT squarely -

the Fiat Company. A team of these Stanley had been out in town dryness!, soreness and weakness. They : and honorably we transact our .

well known racing cars will compete on among her friends till within a few daysof tone up and strengthen the nerves and business. Electrical I repairs receive .

t CONTAGIOUS.S AHEAD. Daytona's famous sand course and will her dt-athbut she had a presentiment muscles and restore the bowels and associate : special' attention. Those T

: include a speed car of 170 horse-power organs to more vigorous and healthy : who employ us never worry about
of isolation 'enral"t'Cks l
approaching activity. They may be taken at any time i
which U a masterpiece of the engineers ago. and had not been feeling well for without inconvenience do not cause any j our charges, and they know before -

Solicitor For griping, nausea, diarrhea excessive looseness riiguging us :
{ l It Is Spreading Through- I. M. Cox Traveling skill.This some time. beswork
r : marvelous machine will be run in ,flatulence or other disagreeable effect i nriw ship will be the :
I For st'n'ral"I't'ks she has been disposing Rexall Orderlies ._ .. i
1 Try
Southern Express Company on our guarantee
for the Sir Thomas
out The Length and Breadth the competitive race .
of her effects and on the lath of V> tab'ets %51'., and 12 tablets lOCo .
Dcwar trophy which is valued at$2000, I Co.
I Of Florida. Inspects Farms Here. and which will be the prize for the contestants January she had a paper[ drawn up and Garth B. limn, Daytona, Fla. 1' Daytona :
: witnessed. By this she made .
writing ---- -- --- -
l in the International Mile Race. certain Inquests, and wished it wit- Mr. and Mrs G. Y. Fowler and) .. 1 232 South Beach Street. :
ALL RADIATE FROM! DAYTONA. Senator Morgan, general .
1' I I I manager of this years Speed Car.. nessed. i son Waltl'rH'r down the riveron N...N..N....t.N.............1.....N.....NN..NI

' XXX krk nival, also reports that the Daytona Mrs. Stanley came to Daytona twentysix a filing trip Wednesday.

M. solicitor for the races have created much interest amongthe years ago. Twenty old years ago i: fUR RENT Furnished
Never t before in the of Florida I Cox. traveling cottage
t history she was married to John Stanley, who
Southern Express Company was in manufacturers who were present at Dr. T. 1 It{ Hennett. tf.Nid Every Stetson bear the Stetson MOB
there born interestand
has so widespread and while here the automobile show of the American preceded her to the grave several years

t P-{;: so genuine a clamor for good roads Daytona Wednesday: of Motor Car Manufacturers' Association I She was a woman of such strong convictions .:e T. .\. Stewart and daughter I We don't have to stand and
made the trucking
in Florida. Daytonians may well feel a general canvas Central and such decision of character I IioIan', memliers'of the law induce select
visited most of the farmersand which was held at the Grand i argue to a man to a
1\ interests -
chesty over the agitation. She may take as to stamp her imprint upon the com- of of DeLand
became with Palace in New YOlk the first week of i firm S'cwart \ illy, ,
credit for the movement for better roads jx-rsonally acquainted this month as well as at the Madison I munity. She had pent many years, mlut over from the county seat on
I for thii was the pioneer in the good many of vegetable growers of Daytona her StetsonHat
city and vicinity.Manager Square Garden Show which is now I previous: to coming to Daytona, in SilUle legal tnis>ines Thursday.M. .
roads movement. The most charming Illinois and in New and she
h : Orleans enjoyed
t t speedways in all Florida are to be found W. F. Holmes, of the Daytona crowding this historic show place of the : talking about her residence in 1. E. drubcr, of West Palm r $ '
Keen is displ.tyed
interest -
f- radiating from this city and other Florida Truck and Fruit (rowers Association metropolis.both by the most noted being drivers I these places. Her sojourn in New Orleans I lIt'ach. presi ent of the Gruber-

I cities have taken cognizance of this devoted the time Mr. Cox spent in was marked by sonic very interesting Morris Hardware Company| was in
and the most influential motar car manufacturing
!. t. fact and on all sides are expressing a the city to showing him about, introducing in the not to say thrilling. experiences.Some the city yesterday looking after business

wish to reach out and connect with Daytone's him to those interested iu the grow- companies sweepstakesprice of those who share in her bequests connected with the corporation.Miss v He usually knows all about it beforehe
f. ing of for market and discussingthe stock car race. In which the cars and all needto
outstretched arms. crops the ' comes in, we
are Congregational ( ,
will be handicapped according to selling Gladys Stewart who has
.. The subjoined clipping from the transportation question.Mr. which she gave her Palmetto street : do is to have the stylehe
Times Union of January 1.1th; was sent Cox, whose du'ies take him to all price and not engine power. residence for Mrs. been viMting her grandparents, Mr. wants, and
a Mary
Many entries are being promised for parsonage and Mr I l'. Nash Volusia
the Gazette-News by John Anderson. points in the state, has some very encouraging she her clock on you can depend -
Troy gave ; some picturesshe
this race, and for the special race for the three weeks F"
things! to say in regard to the opento enue pnt returned t ,
manager of the Hotel Alcazar St. Augustine to Mrs. E. D. Moore. Hecentlyshe uponit
who is a goal roads enthusiast, conditions here. He states that the vegetable competitors in past Vanderbilt cup sold gave some old-time jewelry, including to her home Melbourne: >, \ fiS we are

and the! crt'dii for the good roads in Vo crops at Daytona are far in advance races. Such contests are of particular an old necklace to a gentleman in Thursday.' \ ready

lusia county ia due in no small degreeto i of any place in the state which he interest to the to public both ,the for in gas this engine way expertsand a thorough i Daytona for $200. and this she gave to .\. C. Smith, of Norwich, Conn..
has lately visited and are in generalmore
Mr. Anderson's untiring efforts in that
in test of the mechanical excellenceof an Old Ladies' Home in Jacksonville.On who had the big auto bus= belonging -

J direction: i thrifty appearance.Mr. the contending rival motor cars is Monday she sent for ( ro. Walton to the Chicago Motor ('0., in op- r' is
We have the
Cox thinks there is future
"Volusia U a better road maker tban i it a great I
rithtr Duval or St Johns and she is not before Daytona in the trucking businessand given in the open under the direct gaze Jr and gave him her gold watch. She eration hen during the winter season '' 4'i Stetson Soft

fi. hiding her light under a bu,hl'I. The advice says he is surprised that the indus- of the spectators. A manufacturer's I was fond of him and always referred to six years ago. was in the city 0" u/t and Derby
to automobilists to ship their him for several days, leaving Thursday Hats in all
cars had not been earlier developed. The product must stand or fall on its merit as "My boy.
r- to DeLand and drive Volu ia to try the latest
through for 1Vest
Key ('
f. Daytona is worth the cost of a big advertisement soil here, he says, is incomparably better One of the races in which the large: The funeral was held at 2 o'clock styles .

h. already; if the route holds than at some of the noted celery grow- high-powered racing machines will appear Wednesday at Congregation church 'L' .;Automobile tail lamp, in
-r good for five years it will plant a line of ing points, \\'atl'r10r irrigation | is the contest for the Minneapolis the Kev. F. Marsh Port road.,
purposescan Byron officiating assisted Daytona t-r on Orange Phone '1. B.; AULTMAN.THE
settler across the backbone of the country Beach St.
'_ und divert a lot of capital to that be readily procured at a moderatecost trophy which was won last year by the by the 1'ev. Dr. Inland the inter- Return: to R I. Smith.

; section. This bit of experience already and, with a proper ay stem of drainage Fiat, driven by Emanuel Cedrlno whose ment being in the Inland lot in We gh't.t..." I n t hI' nllh.s.ITont ."1:100.n..t.
tragic death is still frrsli in the public PineI'wood :Miss Mamie Leach and Miss Minnie
proves that a good road is a good in- he believes this section would lead cemetery mn&bam.lalf'Y I

t vestment." all parts of the state in the productionof mind. lug (barge of the remains. I :Martin nf Salem Hospital, Sa- :...............+e+e...... .g ........eo............ '
J". The West Palm Beach Tropical Sun vegetables. Several international champion drivers lem. Mass., of which Miss Leach is

; has a long article on the importance of a Mr. Cox stated that the Southern Express are very anxious to prevent the present matron arrived Thursday eveningand

I! hard surfaced road from Jacksonville to Company was ready and willing to holder from securing this Trophyby HIS MOTHER'S ILLNESS- are with :Miss Leach's mother, i STANDARD OIL COMPANY

l : Miami via St. Augustine, Daytona New I do all possible: to further the interestsof winning a second time, and will Mrs. M. E. Leach, at Blake. The

i Smyrna Titus\illc, etc. Among other the growers and at any time a car make the fight for this prize doubly in young ladies say that the most interesting
CALLS 111)1) ORltI.
I things the Sun said: could be used a few days' previous notice teresting.The I .i.iRRR part of their journey was

I "The good roads question in Florida to J. G. Wagner, the agent at thi daily press of the country is giving : that from Daytona to Mrs. Leach's i will deliver

J F is being thoroughly agitated, and there place, could put a car on the side track :such great publicity to the beach I home, at P.lake.Hpiscopal. gasoline without

I s will evidently be no halt until the road for them. racrs that the whole automobile worldis William Ruger Is Called Suddenly ---

V pleted.from Miami In Johns Jacksonville county an is acti\e com -- -- looking to Daytona to produce the To Illinois To Attend his i Churches.St. I any charge for delivery at
i r.- interest is now created toward the completion most! classic auto carnival yet conceived. II .

:",, to of Jacksonville.the highway The from members t. Augustine of C PORT ORANGE J JPORT patriotic Highest praise citizens should who be have given contributedtheir to those II Aged Mother. I:I .11:00 Marys: ) a., I in.>ayto-ja.Music, -by Service x.teU anal male sermon i any point in Daytona, Seaa !j

the Board of County Commissioners of Last Monday William Huger received choir. \ViIdcrwillpreach
t St. Johns with money and personal assistance in
county together a party him that his Gram (Churth Port Orange.-Service breeze
a dispatch notifying mother Daytona Beach Or-
; r of good roads advocates made the trip aiding the committee of the Florida i ,
from Jacksonville to St. Augustine on ORANGE: Jan. :21.-Mrs. Has- East Coast Automobile Association to i Mrs. Augusta Woodruff, of Kockford, and pennon at :::h) ) p. m. The Rev. Dr. ,

R Saturday Arriving at the Hotel Alcazar 1 low, a daughter of Prof. Hyde, of New 111., had been prostrated with sudden Huntington will be the pn-acher.
i: in the Utter city shortly after 5 : Rochelle, is spending the winter with make iosible| this event, which will so aDd serious illness. : Grace Church New Smyrna.-Sen ice i non or Port Orange. Quality Ii Iii
greatly aid the business interests of this : ..
t. 0la and M-rrnon at :()O p. m. All seats! frt-e.
i ;,? The party were very enthusiasticover her (cousin Miss Duliois. city. He took the first train for the north in Strangers welcome.

's i. the trip and fully determined that Mrs. lirohm and her daughter have the afternoon. Tuesday a dispatch canto i; -- -- i and quantity guaranteed. '

this stretch of highway must and will returned from DeLand, and have rented saying that his mother's illness; had tcr-' For sale or rent unfurnished .

receive quite evident immediate that a attention hard-road and highwaywill it is rooms of Mrs. E. F. McDaniel. SUSPENom I NA VIGUION. minated fatally. It [ cottage on Ivy lane, new. Easy e Call Office Phone 12-S:> .

completed! between these two The ladies of Grace church wu>h to I Mrs. Woodruff was: in her Sothjeur.She terms tf Conrad Heal: ) Estate Co. I Millsr1rratlsfel'[
important cities at an early date." remind everybody that they are goingto t 77 1
I has spent several inters in Day-| --- ----- .

I In an article on good roads the Ora'-1' in give Kidgewood an entertainment Hall. Everybody January lath, BOATMEN, TAKE NOTICE., tons with her son and his family, and ASSESSOR'S !NOTICK.; : Warehouse (iO <
; Banner other was greatly beloved by all who were
among many things says: I
and enjoy a social good time, and help RRR I will !I. lit t h,- follow Img plnrvt the t Inet.ttt i Kerosene Oil I Delivered> by Tank'agon.1 ':
privileged to know her. She
was an active .
t "The best suggestion! that we have l : .
the Guild. 'I! >? tu r v l\>- Tux I Hi turns for tin-Tin
t heard was recently made by James L The Florida Coast Line Canal & worker in the Congregational church of Ik I *:
Knight He I'3hllhat if an automobileroad Mrs Pierce and daughter are 'ioiting t of Rockford, where she held her membership :No.I Knt *rirlir. Tile-win v. F't.h.*I. from i Gasoline Machine Gas and Lubricating Oils. I
f was built direct from Ocala to Mrs Pierce's mother Mrs. S. J. Fox. Transportation Company Give I 2 to 4 I'. in.No. .
for She Z
many years. was especially -
Daytona we would have the tourists t.r.:.nrr-I''ru.s1.from: :!
here bv the hundreds every winter, and Mrs ndanille and her son, Eugene : Notice to Boatmen.The I I interested in the success and progress v to I II I l.i. 1.1.Nt ; .NNN..NN..0.0...o..a..(c0.!0..0.4...NOtN +
arrived last .
r we believe that he is correct. The dm week. I I of foreign missions. The annual .V. ... iVI.u.I..N.u.>.K. from HOli
could be made in three Contractor A. E Mason is progressing following notice to boatmen has \ I
hours. The
I t attractions I I Thankoffering meeting of the society in \... I .h I. HI !, F', l 10."I n.froi. t
t.: in this section are not surf finely with Mr. Potter's cottage.Announcement. been received! at the Uazette-N'ewsoffice, : II .. tf: II! ;:. HI.N. .
i iI
i Rockford held home
in I was always at her f OUR FOUR CARDINAL 1
passed by any the State. The face ...i KhlrMgr. Ttn-Mt.iy, Y.-b. uth. from PRINCIPLES-:
I- of the country is so entirely different NOTICE. I I The interment will benmdein Kockford. : in t.. UN. HI. .
i F from that along the seashore; our corns Mr. Kuger's friends No.* s.tIlk- \V '\Iw...'..,, ...I.. mtti. from
Xo boats will be permitted to the i i many !sympathizewith .. .
s : f: parathely high hills and beautiful ham- pass lot I 1111. IU.S..7
: : t mock woods would be quite fetching.Silver hereby announce my candidacy for dredge "Toiuoka, now working. in the him and his family in this suddenbt're&vement. < Ortiiofrl. MvttrtaT.: >...10. i tIi.Irorna
the office of City Tax Assessor and I to:. ... In.No. ABSOIUTEJAFEIY insured! i Iy
: respectfully 1 It is that he ,
; :Springs Lake Weir Orange: Lake canal between St. Augustine: and Or likely may ...
: > l>i.\t< 1V..lpraiay' I.. 17th,
: Hix.
: ask the of theotera
and our phosphate mining would all support I be detained several weeks in the north i
mond during,, working hours withoutan I from H to 1%t. in.Si.
; good drawing card-i. With this at the 10th. f
prove election February i : ..* 15.rtsnagT6er..tay.. ...10. hutsfruit
order from
the office
of the Canal Co.
. road built and the erection of one or GEO. F. SMITII.Announcement. h> to It a. in. Capital 1 -
I $1)0XX() ()( )
:, two By order i I *! '. Ar.tNTVNTKI A Northern .
motlernlyquipped hotels believe .
we >H u. ; No. hi Nr* "SMIrfet. Tu..I", hVl sM,
that this section could be made Florida Coast Line Canal and !! Ir" 1
as Transportation Commission hou ,e wants a reliable -, Surplus J.
popular resort for winter tourists as So.1I ..k Hill. WVilnt-Ml.1). Kfl.. :21th $250,000
the East Coast is Company. I and hustling agent in this from HMo 11|I" h.
now. But must be
we I hereby announce my candidacy for In this connection it is worth No. 12 Ttsnt... .'. ]
up and doing. The spider{ neter sits noting territory to solicit consignments of II I.. 12: H. in.No. Monday .10. -th. from Stockholders Liability1XJ( ,()Up)
t the office of of I
down catch Mayor Daytona and re- that material has been received in
to the flies until he spreads Daytona fruits and vegetables. For particulars 14 tk! .m-or.Tw-Mlay. .I-YI.. Ski. from 11
his web." pe tfully ask. the support of the voters for the construction of a drawbridge I address E. OKKMAIS, Orlando, to 12 n. III.No. Actual security to depositors $450,000( )

{ This: and a lot of similar talk is indulged at the election February 10th. over Smith's creek, at Uulow.I I Fla. 35 h It. i II lake 1I..n.. \\'... ,,.-,.lar.| t..-... :hl,
front V to I II la.
m. ,
: in daily by Floridians and by D. F. RAN1)OLl'Il.Announcement. Contractor Cove will have charge of No. li; 4'ltfton. a
---- Moiktuv hVI..Hth.from to
Bank is Number
: One
t- the lorida press, all of which not only the ..ork. and will push it to completionas 2 Po hI.u. tin the "Honor Roll"of: 1
Notice.No \ .W "stftHM 1 Mi.HnMr.. t...... 1st. from:
shows that all Florida has her eye on rapidly as posMble. The materialwill to:4 1>. HI.No. National Banks in Florida. ami Xo. J 1ST in the whole :

Daytona and that Daytona and her I hereby announce my candidacy for be put upon a lighter and towed Up I boats III permitted to{>.ts the : 17 IMo-n. Wmlarwla.t. "'..It. :hi. from United States
among over .wxty i iplt' humlnil National
beach and roads: get a deal of advertising the office of City Assessor subject to the the river by Bert Stevens' launch. I! dredge "Tonioka" now working! in the :2 to S.p.l I"in.No. Horny Hlll.Tu.wta>. ....It. Seth from t '

f both by word of mouth by letter approval the voters on the 10th day I The old Smith creek bridge will le : canal between St Augustine and Or- HMO II a. m.No. Hanks.

I and through the press. of February, and respectfully ask. the torn away to 1 give room for the new : mood during working hours without an :| to::; p.. IV III.I,.-rem.Tu.--.U>. F'.-I.h: h. from 2

Let Ym talk and in the meantime let support of all good citizens : bridge with draw for tbe numerous: order from the office of the Canal Co.Hy ; ,It.31 !!n' lnw..-.Tu.-sdj\..r.. Irtth.from CONSERVATISMProven
Daytona put her roads in W. boats which this J order 2 to I r.. .... ----
tip-top :shapeand II. EDlIOXDo OX. I are now coming way. I'I'I -- .
I .I. .. 1"1 h. I'.ny.
I t.u. 1.\ Jmiunrt
keep them so The Gazette' \ews does not speak authoritatively Florida Coast Line Canal; Trans Co.
'i! f ___ Building Lots For Sale. | upon this point but thinks ', January 19th 1909. i T.n \.s.......,. VolusU a! K.l'ounty.\\ I L..0N.Kfci. by our success ami our reputation :

; Mis. L IF. Dumb of Streator, I offer for sale lots 2 and 3, block I the tearing away of the old bridge, and -- ------ I SQUARE DEALING

111. Mrs. Isabel Plumb of :3 Coletnau's the reconstruction of the new, will in nowise I .
Chicago.and to Daytona. '
( Mrs. I,. McConanghey, of Ben- These art among the most desirable I pass that interfere point.ith the boats wishing to I --OR MORE THAN A QUART tWe OFA CENTURY Ask our patrons.

zii'i Mich. arrived
vacant lots left on Ridgewoodavenue. I The tearing away of the old bridge COURTEOOSriREinHEKT:
; are pleasantly situated in the Guest have been supplying tn e. :
f located A fine location for a iiioe I however which will be commenced on --- -- 1
cottage, on Myrtle ave
home. For address tf Friday: w ill put a temporary stop to the needs of MacK'inerj users. Open accout.iJ: .-. i
nue. Mrs. McConaughey says prices } an : ; :. >, \ f ;!JT! c% raTale: l it.
that when she left home there was Guy S. Brown, Central Lake Mich. passage of automobiles and to traffic on We carry ,Marge stopal\ of

nearly two feet of snow on the I the road to and from St. Augustine. PORTABLE{ A..:>STATlO\! ly( E" JJtESBoIL-; ,1

ground, and the springlike weather I Take notice and govern yourselves ac FIRST
Best value in town. Cheap six- cordingly. E.R5SQ..MII, oltWoottWovkrn Mttcliner3 NATIONAL BANK

found here is charming and de- room cottage furnished ready to live 9a..s ef oat 11\L,&1t'1\g Jotffhes.Qk ; .

lightful. in C IIA""TEt n!.LbJ.tl2I.U UI.tAt .
bath hot
; laundry and cold CO,

",water cement basement. Ask any. "JTkturea framed to order at ByUC Mf NY ST. AUGUSTINE FLA. i

See the 5 and 10 cent bargain; real eatate agent. P. R. Bennett. Barnes' Novelty Store. New mould ,
4 r ].--' Uh_ Q._ WS.f'OUHK $1; ATLANTA
r, ing jut received.

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..................................................: I j jII -:sooooioo :
has the automobile Dr. A. O'Neill made a professional .
E. M. Condit joined

I Walter purchased ranks Dismukes and trying arrived out a from recently dance About given trip fifteen to at New: St.couples Marys Smyrna Guild enjoyed Monday.Hall a II i Seabreeze and Daytona Beach j II JOE OSBORNE,

Monday for treatmentat on Orange avenue, Wednesday ev MRS. ". A. BERNARD, Editor. I

New Smyrna and Sanitarium ening. .&..&.&,.. .,..,..,..,.....,,..,,,,.,,,,,,,..:
the Daytona Hospital ..........e.............i .p .y-

"Blooming pot plants and ferns I. SEABREEZE, Jan. 19.-The II. 0 : BEACH, Jan. 19-Wniis I

:Seed Deans-Fret h. for sale. o EO. Dnnl1s, S. Rid ewood Co. yesterday closed a deal will Jordan and Chas. Clarey, prominent Sanitary Pinning Beating and

Hankins: The Druggist.Mrs. 35.3ll '. I I frask W. Coale, of Baltimore, for thpurchase < I I hotel men of Arlington, Maine, who are ,
block 36 Atlantic here for their health, have n.ade steady
of lots 5 and 0, -
store store New,, G. Fletcher went to Jack- I I
our your up
W. M. Shaffner left Tuesday since their arrival. Mr.I i
I Mr. Coale erect Ii improvement
themeeting avenue. ;i
goods corning
catchy. up-to-lhe-miuute afternoon for Orlando for a visit sonville Wednesday the Clarey says no one could remain sick in Ventilating.Complete
in daily. Prices are and alwau of the Masonic Grand fine residence on property.Mrs. i I
with her sister Mrs. C. A. Dudley, Taylor and niece, of RochesterX. such a climate. .
haw been right.L. H. UOV.E & CUt,any- of that city.Fred : Ixxlge.J.! Y., have engaged rooms: with Mr. !' Mrs. Albert Todd, who has been under .

body. The Jewelerr. Stones yard manager for the A. Shanks Son are making and Mrs. J. B. ercronibie:, on Vallrj Dr.T. A. Davis treatment' for 'veral

made a delicious Strawberry Ice Cream fromFresh street, and are expected: to arrive sometime weeks, moved home yesterday where Installed.
lond Lumber Company Gas Plants
Miss Ethel l Arant arrived from business fruit. this week. she will spend the remainder of the
to Rilatka Tuesday on
trip .
Pahitka\ Saturday for a visit with Sunday nftfinoon a Daily News report sea on

her uncle. (1. \Y. Rich! and family, ol for the company. W. E. Ballough and Peter Tuesday Ladas *r had the pleasure company witha At a recent council meeting Theodore Plumbing and Heating Supplies. .

Slain street, Kingston. 6Dr. Houghton, dentist, west end went up to Jacksonville the session of friend, of walking through the grounds Carter was granted a building permit to

Mills$' Lunch is now open.v. South Bridge. Peck block, phone 32I the afternoon Masonic to Grand attend Lodge.Automobile of J. Erregger's home residence showed .evidence on erect a barn on his premises.drawn At the for Brass and Galv. Pipe and Fittings. !
in Valley street. Everything same meeting warrants were
is engaged
o \ G. llobbs went to Jacksonville ). Randolph fur G. II. Ilulett. | tires and inner tubes of the l>e:,;t e ire and cultivation. $162 50, interest on outstanding bond-i.

Thursday nv-rmiii; to attend building a garage latter's residence vulcan z&1 at Oliver's garageJ. Roses were in the p'rfwtion ef bloom; a Marion Moore, grandson of Mrs. 0
tne Masonic Grand Lodge meeting in the rear ol the handsome oleander hedge WAS bursting Sprague, arrived last week and will Fairbanks & Morse Engines & Pumps.
on North Uidgewood anuue. R. Turner and family, whc livi'
business.Mr. into blos.-om; several magnificent
and transact spend some time with his grandmother.
Mr. and Mrs \V. S. Price, of Clayton were visiting Mrs. Turner's parents,, oaks lent dignity and beauty to this Marion hw just: graduated from the Niagara Hydraulic Rams.
and Mrs. Charles Seifert arrived North Kidgewood avenue, re
and Ga., arrived in the city Tuesday on tropieal garden,but what most surprises High School at Binghamton X. Y.
from Xew York Sunday their I. J. turned to DeLand Monday. the banana bushes, full giants of
for a visit with son us was Mrs. S. H. Rogers has leased the Jackson -
The Wrenches.
are located for the season at Price and family,on Bay street. Ed. G. Weaver, who has been growth many in the bud and blos.oDland house, adjoining Surf Crest on the Ireland Pipe

Western, on First! avenue. his Mr. and Mrs. others fruiting in an advanced tagl'of South for the accomodation of the overflow -
of shirts visiting parents
Collars 2 cents, all style tine
which of the ;
of are
growth. some .
fSeed Beans-Irest.. calledfor G Weaver, on North Uidgewood: of guests.Mr.
Ilankins, The Druggist. 10 cents, with work Laundry. tf avenue, left Monday for his Nebraska varieties known as the kid glove and Brodt, who has been at Surf Crest
at Daytona Steam lady finger varieties. The frequent rain!s The Plumber 5
arrivedSunday home. most of the season, left Saturday afternoon JOE OSBORNE
Concad Stuhenbord Jr, and! mild temperature the season sincE
and cFo SALE-Three show casesandone for a Wt't'k.:5'isit at Cocoa. Hervturned ,
from Havana Cuba. \Vhen you are looking for something October has been mOISt favorable to all
his wife and other members 14-foot counter at Barnes Novelty Fresh Home-made Can- We walked down the yesterday afternoon, and
joined nice iu growing thing 0
of the family at his parents home, Store. dies call on J. A. Shanks & Son, So. neI| ier and examined the new )boal thinks Daytona Beach is i: good enough Phone 96. II Orange Avenue.An .
on North Hid ewooJ avvnue.JJRhode \I A baby boy was born early Wednesday Beach street. They have it. house which Mr. Errcgg hju..t had for Dr. M. V. Young and wife are enjoying

I and Mrs.C. It is splendidly! buitt, and
Island Eggs in settings morning to Mr. I Ia. E. Chittenden arrived completed. their stay in the Field cottage, on @ 0mID .: :
huh Dr. Mrs. his boat, newly painted., was ready fur
15, or by KK). W. J. Ihnuixo. Sl'-.T: Stewart. T. Pent reports of mother Holly and son as Wednesday from Chicago Mr. and, and ser\ice. Mrs Bath G.street.Y Fowler In company and Mr.with and Mr. Mrs and .................. ..... ................

McClellan & Edwards Noveltyworks doing nicely.Mr. } visiting her parent Mrs. Punderson and two daughters,, Kreu-ch: they enjoyed a delightful out- An Elegantly} Appointed Small Hotel Two Blocks from Depot.
hand- W. B. Chittenden :'ill; North e- of St. Paul.Minn ,, LAWN
have. just completed a Carolyn and Dorothy, ing at Xt.SmJrna one day last week. EAM HEAT, ELECTRIC LIGHTS LARGE VERANDAS,
some gramophone stand and record and Mrs. Jesse Yelvington wood avenue. are the- first arrivals at The (ill'onwoollundu of AND SHADE TREES.
Mr. Fowler who is associate owner
case of selected black cypress for 0.H. loft Tuesday for Titusriile, where Aldridge and Mrs. the new management.J. tbe'rankfort' Daily Morning Times, has THE ISLINGTON
Ilulett, of South Jj: 11 gE'WI lOCI they ]have a son and daughter living Mrs. Clara I 11. Vebelhoer. a retired lumber merchant letter ,
Jessie Kbberhart, of NliheryTo.! been writing some very
avenue. I and whore for a time at least they I irrived Wednesday morning for a of Buffalo, N. Y, \\hois spendingthe on Florida and the Florida Mosquito MRS. J. B. PARKINSON, PROPRIETOR.
will make their home. winter at Daytona Beach, closed adeal Florida.
*Up 1o-<1ato moulding for room visit with Mr and Mrs. U. J Mai by, yesterday for a lot on the tsaclinear 18 South Ridgewood Ave., Daytona,

decoration at Barnes' Novelty Store. I |S.vv EI AT LAST-The Adam SchantzI' an Orange avenue The ladies are the Country Club, through I. A Mrs. Kurtz: and Miss Alice the Daugharty Casino,

M. It. Aultman has returned from incandescent has just received lamps.Mr. a full supplyf nieces of Mr. Malby. Miller.: Mr I'eUIhoer will build a winter gave Tuesday pleasant: evening.:: dance Mr?. at SpangU-r and ._....- ..................+.+*..+............- ...........

Miami: where he went to report for sThe. ladies of the Order! of the home on this property, he having Harry Brigham furnished the music : |

duty on the jury in the Federal and Mrs. G, M. Braunfels ofNew Eastern Star will give a supper at summer residence! at Oconomowoc Wis. which was an appreciated treat for the Go to

Court. Mr. Aultman has been ex- York City are the guests of Masonic hall Wednesday evening Ju-lgeJ. H. Richardson and wife, otTrtnton dancers.: Some twenty-five couples werepreheat. :
cuwd from further duty because (If Mrs. Braunfels' sister, Mrs. Geo. F. Jan. 27, from 5 i to 8 o'clock European X. J., Henry Norris and. two Punch and cale were served. : I
Ada! G. and Ella I). CO. Ior
dliuahtersliSl es j
business. Crouch and family. They came byL'lydo plan. The public cordially inrited. tir Jackson The dance was given in compliment to CONRAD
Norris of Xew York city, :!
( Line and passed through theicaviest J. W. Davidson guest at Surf Crest. .
dinner ;d'duhter;:
Turkey every of Canwlaare guests' : atI'nncess the ,
in donation
If storm known years.eFoRllF.T The party parsonage :
The Howard. D M. Guleserian has opened an IsM-na. Monday, was to the success and pleasure your Pet (Cream) Milk, G small cans for 25c, to

Mrs. Martha C. Clark of St. Paul, OR SILK-Furnished oriental bazaar on North Beach Mrs. Thayer and Mrs. Anderson of of all present Nearly everybody : .

Minn arrived Saturday and is with I cottage, 107 Orange avenue, L. D. street. Mr. Guleserian, who has Wtsi Virginia, came OUT from Dajtona was there, and those who were not : go on yourToasted .

her friends, Mr. and Mrs. 11. G.Ilunnewell \ Pitcher, next door east. tf been coming to Daytona for the last yesterday: and will spend the winter at missed an opportunity. Mr. and Mrs. Corfi{ Flakes, Post Toasties, i '
conducts This u i their second ea&on -
at Daytona Reach. Mrs. two; or thtee seasons a The Maj Burdick received with Rev. and Mrs. :

Clark last winter occupied one of Dr. Stewart is in receipt of a message bazaar at Petoskey, Mich during with Mrs. Rankin B rzl'. By natural selection, the duties : Puffed Rice Wheat Berries or i

the I. Thompson cottages.: I : from Dr. I). I). Beekman sayingthat : the summer. Jeo. W. Kohler, who is here with his ofdiairman fell upon Rev. Haljh, and ,

he had had a pleasant trip to wife from Holland Mich., has 1"l\sl'll Dr.I.t'land's the following speakersby his invitation, : Triscuit all at lOc each.S. i

*Piano for sale, nearly now. J. I WrshitiRton, D. C., was feeling very Additional room in i being madeto [ cottage, adjoining his hotel. welcomed the new pastor to the district, : ,

L. OIHJM. tf[ I much better and hoped to be able the'kking house, on \'olusiaavenue F. R. Swift and wife have gone to Haaua the ihureh and the community: Revs \V. Biscuit and Quaker Oatmeal. 2 for 25c. $

I his dental parlors in a few by enclosing a part of the \' where Mr. Swift has business interests L. Z. Burdick : Food ?
to and
Rutter Breakfast
Mr and Mrs. \V. F. Holmes returned : open the east side of the buildng. be detained Porter and >eam of Wheat, Ralston or'etit
porch> on and where they may
day J. W Williams. Alter the speaking :
week and
Saturday a I I Mrs. Wicking will not at once some time. In the meantime Fritz the ladies had their innings, and. in John J at 15c each. i
Mound (n
more spent at a Patronize The Stiling City rebuild on the site of her recently Thayer U lift in charge of the household: made Mr. aud : 2oc. :
change for Mrs. Holmes, who was I I Bakery, S. Beach St., opposite yacht burned l residence but will have the I pets and horses he and Mr. Swift being their own gracious way, : Kumford Baking Powder, 1 pound can .
Mrs. Barze feel that they were among
not feeling well but very club. Our goods are strictly homemade ground; cleaned up and planted to rieods: of long standing community interests and i

much henefittcd by the outing. and fresh every day. tf grass or rye to improve the appearance l'rof. Cole, leader! of the 1)aytonabaud hitndsith a&piratious. Music, conversation and : The Conrad Grocery Company .

Saturdayand I I of the place. |, has taken rooms at I.. /. Burdick'g
W. II. Hrokawame in the time pleasantly :
Henry Giauini, aged 21 years, refreshments pasoed E. T. Conrad A Go's old stand. 'i
) is stopping with his brother, .\. for the season.
died on South Beach street Monday tlf I have to wear glasses, have away. ..............4.44....4e4444em .
you .....
K. Urokaw, and family, on Fairviewavenue I tuberculosis. Mr. Qi- table. 1 a Mr. and Mrs. CM-O. W. Wells are exited \- .Irs. James: Dobbins, who has been :i.............
of foi
morning them
torn few days. Mr. ISiokawis com to arrive from Bridgetown, Ma l "s with relatives -
i agent, for tlu, Citizens: Lif.; III MIamv l.I1ini's home \vas at hulas, Va., perfect fit. this: week. It is understood that Mr. six North tiding, arrived tome home time this week ,..............I. .. .smcis..

Cnii'r.iiiy n' of biuiiville, Ky., and) the body was expressed today NEMLLE II. CLick, Optician.Clark's Wells and Col. Cordixs will put in cement DAYTONA BEACH: Jan. 21-Billie
undertaking the
and makes his Ilt'aJquutt'rs: at He) ::1 from parlors iiinghain to Shipman& Maley's Va. The ign. Jewelry store, at Eye sidewalks from the \'erfwut. to boulevard Halifax Dais, of Connecticut. it I a guest at The I BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL i

Lanti.tes4rs. deceased was a cousin of Miss S. E.and 5 avenue, along their O tan Pii.eliurst.'i

II. Wilkinson, of Myrtle Miss M. Ella ne"Oof) the M. front. Then the town might consider 1 he Young Ladies' Club were guests --_
? Hand Million Hough 1 Geo. and bt>auti- front home of Mrs. Fanning -- ---- --
: Company returned the proK| >-itionof improving at the river
anti Malliy, returned Sunday evening avenue. Ella DeVoy Tuesday Millinery from New York ac- tying the river front at the bridge: ap- Friday evening, and Miss Fanning was I d. SCII LIDeH. ,'\. 1 1). Fitzgerald & Oates

\ \ from their several days hunting Two well furnished cottages for oinpanied by Mr. and Mrs G. L. >roach as a venture, since the hostess of the ening. The Usual Physician and Surgeon. I I Attorneys at Law

and fishliiK trip at Ed! ..r.i. in Mr. r'nt sis rooim, bath hot and cold Traffern and Miss i Johnson of New Beauty and thrift are valuable'ts to program of work and play was Ob I
Liiinch "Teal' t"T hey bagged and cake were North Ridgewood SJHial Attention to Examining and
Malliy I i water electric lights, fireplace. York. Miss DeVoy has been in California a tcurUt town. fudge, :
some duArt and a quantity|' of tine of\i Orange Ave., near Hidg wood. U. since July, until within a SEA lilt EEZ E, Jan. :21.James 1X>1>- Mrs. Thomas Keating, and 'r\'ed'i.I I I'hone 193, Da}tona, Florida Perfecting Land Titles

fish Including a uuiuher Ii J 1. Mai by, Bond Lumber Co. tf few weeks when she went on to bins and! wife, who have had rooms in Miss Jrace. went to Jacksonville : Office hours: 10 to 12 a. in., Conrad Block DAYTONA, FLA.Curr .

fiheepshead. I New York to buy goods for her I the Van Valzah! block. have leased the and will lie at the Windsor: for : 6 to S p. m.

W. I':. Ballough had a new bicycle half of the Clarendon apartment da\'s. From Jacksonville! they will visit Bert Filla
Mr. and Mrs IJU-li: who h.iveIxvn !! fi rill. we''t I' l.andl
rooming with .1. M. C'arson onHidiievvood taken from a private yard in Sea house on the southeast: corner of Ocean St. Augustine where Mrs. Keating will : ei. 1:. RAWLIXGS
avenue f.r several breeze or Daytona Beach last Saturday -FoR: UE Seven-room furnished boulevard and .randxiew! a\tnue. consult with Dr. Worley.Mrs. LANDIS & 1':1511

week returned Wednewlay form a 1 evening, his son, Irving, having cottage, including piano and w w- Miss Ellen \\ Apttiorp has bi-en engaged MaidtStarr entertained at a Attorneys at Law
& Surgeon.
down tilt 'nast, imlud- ridden. it to a nuibic practice. lag machine. Bath, electric lights, by Dr. Bohannou as: head nurse dinner very delightfully the followingguests Physician ;
ten lays trip i In all mat. and federal
RiH-klfdge: Palm I 1'cach Marshal hers found the wheel on etc 327 N. Beach street! fifth housesouth at the A-abreeze Sanitarium. : Dr. and Mrs. Ksch, MesdamesUose d ('"uatll Practicing, 'It II or Crlmlual builnei given .
mhz at first < oi
htops morning, tf Sims and O'Neil in compliment Office oc'olu ia avenue > careful attention. Special! facllltlmfor
South Bridge Tuesday of First avenue. and! who have ::
of theplal'f the Dr. Howard party tltlei.
:Mi \lci. etc. They sty none InveotlKatlnganil perfecting
vis'teil with (Daytona ) when it had probably been left the tarn in the burg a week or ten day enjoying to her guest, Mrt. June, of Palm Beach. It west of Hankina Pharmacy. Ie.ntl, Viortda
>lI compart will same night by the scamp who had \V. \'. Carter, of Port Orange, and our fine climate! and the hospitality Mr. and }lr:4. (i L W. North, prominentHople -- -- -- I
and in the futurothoy go temporarily stolen it. Joseph Osborne, of this city, master of Mr. and IrArthur Budgi-n, 1'[ of Columbia, Ind., are here for --- STEWART Isaac A. Iite1\art Egturd Bly

no farther south. and junior _warden respectively: of leave today for their home at Sorento.F. the winter located at the home of Mrs E. L. 1\\ STEWART & BLY

Halifax 1 Ll"tge0 81, F. l'n.. M., W. Sadler and family are ull the Foster ou Peninsula Drive. Mr.: North ) Phvsician and Surgeon

..... ...... ........ are representing the lodge at the way from Boston to S-abreeze on account it a devoted fisherman, and expects to attention to i't'ast.of th:. Lawyers

Vote As It Stood Wednesday EveningIN :Grand Lodge meeting in Jacksonville I of a little pamphlet lung of it iimke a record this: winter. I Eye Special, Ear, Throat and Nos:;e. Offk[ i I .:j ji
The Bank Building
this week. They went up onthe charms I i>f location and dimatc The Miss Irene Hand of Nakomis, 111., arrived and residence Magnolia! avenue. 3rti: Office next door to

I ) PIANO CONTHST.DAYTONA early morning train Tuesday in Bod's cottage, ont'mewood this week and U i: pleasantly. lo- door west of P. 0., telephone S2. i Ik.-I.Aud, FloridaTITLES 1
SAITORl leaded Captain
TillUUSH & dedication have Mesa IE Office bouts S a m. to It p m. __ __ ,_ I
order to be present at the } avenue.J. rated with Mr. and Mrs. Hibbard.
1 of the new Masonic temple.For F. (laston, of Xew York arri\et! Hand has spent several winters: at : lNSUinDVolusia r

mind will try l>a>tona Beach I G. A. KLOCKPhysician
1,051,125Halifax from the interior yesterday Investment -
Daytona High School: Kent: or Sale.-Two modern Mr The initial meeting of a new literary County Abstract. I 1
713,865 the East Coa t as a health sjx-cific. and Surcjconl Title Insurance Company.
street, near and "
Rifles furnished houses on Bay home of Miss
I 478,735 I II been in the :State several! dub was held at the I )
has 1
Gaston .
Order Eastern Star. -. 111,485 Dt>at.'h. Southern exposure, a desirable : 1.1h1 Wakt-fitld, on Peninsula Drive ( .Uf'nU..n given\ to t.IIt'a'lt'li! ( t :I l Abstract. alas, I'lnH furnl-b and and Blue tltlfi lrlut perfect, sup.Dlhtl. -.
weeks.The UIHce e<
Miss Maggie Morgan location. $3.141<> each. Address Tuesday evening. After the organiza- II: be .:)'e and Kltllnn .of Clnsws.! ISrt Hih.Pre l;<'.rjr I. Ukiidli.H..C'T 1
Conrad a 87,970 real town is tilling up quite rapidly I rUlo>>eelullilng .tor<>. OtlU-e hours I sad Tre... Opposite V'oluila' ('u.
Miss Jean Frances 42,900 J I. E.: Hush, Ocala, Fla or any tfC now. The best cottages smut room :an then was perfected. Miss M. A. Brown, : ?to It a. a,. I toSUip. in.,; tu xUli' hank 11\1.aod. "'..a. I
baptist Parsonage estate. agent l>a>tona, Fla. hug and elected instructor 4 t'I.\
Clarendon was \ -
34,315 Ming taken and the ('( Daytona IA\TO I ,
I Colored Industrial, SchoolMiss meet the train, -tum Miss Fave Stewart had a number of : ---- -- -- --- ;J.-I'I : OGtllS .J
lithe 19,375 F. Wetherell of[ Holly Hill, other I ROUnRS M. U. D. & c. f\. ? : !
Mary afternoon to help JOSIE
M. :
4,375 in well fll'-d with Northern friends on
Miss McCann Institute- ... ... ... ,,, 925 had the shipping a strange of experience oranges North.recently He l'hipi, a retired army oihci. leer ciltbrateher seventeenth birthday, I 1 lomeopathic Physician I I Civil Engineersrur [ I i

Daytona McDonald .., ... ... ... ... 500 box of fruit to relativesat who has hi.s bummer home at Lout!: which was also her mother's birthday. I! and .j.jI
I Miss Mrs. F.Rose L Middleton .. ... ... ... 525 expressed Scranton a, Pa., and they received yesterday Meadow, Va-s!morning. was:, down calling from I n Col Onnouc and handsome MI-.S F aje was presents the ,recipient among others of several a pin Office No hours 453! North 12:30 Beach to 2:30 trnt.and 6.00 I II I ('( I([MIAMI, FLA.DrtJ 1

The change
OLTSID1 OF DAYTONA the box by freight.occurred at Jacksonville Mrs. Cordis, and Capt. aud Mrs. Parker, set with pearls, given to her by her par 'I. I to 7:30.Telephone : U-oa Offie Established 1875
to have No. 122.
119,115 seems prettily decorated -
Wilman's Opera House dOD lU Long 1t'aJonl'ighLurll. ents. The sun parlor was
it was 1I
how why
but or
School 65,440 :, --- and a variety of dainty and !
Seabreeze High able t" ascertain. I
62,895 be; had not been served.
Kingston School 61,903 Mrs. M. 1.. Lewis was a PurlOrange toothsome entertained at Daytona Private Hospital I I I
M. E. Parsonage Daytona Beach FOR S.\lE-My time is so Miss l'earl Spaulding
LUF.RT Thurs
\iMtor from this cilv SanitariumKvry \
40,475 \ : Monday in honor of and
Church lie afternoon tea I
Congregational Land bus- an
with :
I> Seabreeze 28.845 fully occupied my facility for h.-proper' r* imt.
Miss Alice Daugherty, Daytona Beach mess that desire to sell my livery day. Mrs. Oates. and care of medical and " nunws.oulet cntea.Metrical I Ii
Beach 25,065 business of the firm 01; Mr. Holdridge and daughter of Medina appllaiiotraln i
Miss Elsie Coates Daytona business at Seabreeze. The A. P. Anthony, surrounding !Special .Uttath.nKh"D II
Miss Lillian F. Stewart Day tuna Beach 9,640 4,645 consists of what i is known a- Anthony Brothers, aefonii>auie
Miss Jennie Murray New Smyrna. I I the "Haigh Stable" Address W. bis little lau llt"r, hula arrieiFrom C. 1]. Johnson cement house: on atluu. i'r.i. .\. KI.'x'K I

i Miss Ruby Spaulding, Daytona Beach 4.015 : C. Cannons, DeLand), Fla. 25; -tf \ We&t Palm IVoi-li T"urs\I.l\ h......-,.'.. I Physician In('b.roC' I\
2,810 \ entertained a number -
Sallie Holland Daytona Beach. in this city.S. Mi-s Ruth Coates
Miss for a day or tnn
Ormond School. 265 : Mrs I Geo K: Stivkwell, of Fort Ilf her young friends Wednesday; aft .\ 1)1) ?. \\'. ;\. GOVE I DR. /\. O'NEILLOSTEOPATH

............ ... ....... ..: ...................., Plain winter, San Y., who Mateo ia with spending her husband the-, II.HraJshaw Gore anti went County up to Commissioner Bulow- <'rnwu. in honor of her sixteenth birth II Dentist I I IAsderwiem

Uev. Geo E. Stockell, came in the little launch) Keno this morning djv.J.. Nan Barkins and wife, who were
I over Monday for a brief visit between to establish: the grade! levels cretk.} for ten.jtorarily l xated: at the White )House, I 1"ln.e: 'WUT Hldg e.OJol aM VolMM Building.
i Smith Beach Stntt.
drawbridge on :So.
the Valzah
Mr new Van
r..1 trains with her friends. have taken rooms inhl'

Mrs F. D Spring of Ivy Lane, ck. I I'll ONE S9RCA' -'
and General J. A. and Mrs Smith arrived bk>: ---- -- -- --
and Mr. and Mrs S. II. Hallock andIr"in Cleveland, Ohio.Ytd- Among the numerous arrivals at theSeaside .

I Knowlton, of Palmetto from h.'olateJith J. LLynch I :: Inn are Mrs. Samuel: H. Moore, I HOWE. >\. D- S. II. GOVE
> and
neatlay I
BUSH & avenue. Kev. Mr. Stockwell was Gen. Louisville. Ky.A.: ; B. Elliott. Chicago; I I Builder and
Fairview avenue. Architect
1 candidate for on Elizabeth, X. J.; h\:5.1 i and Surtjcon.Olficeand .
I the prohibition governor who has been coining to Daytona ; A. R. Taint' : : I Physicic\n
PIANO CONTKSTThese I of New York at the lat elec Smith for, several seasons, is just recovering Rose and wife, Cobble,.kill. N. Y.; E. B. L.n So. Ridge- Contractor

4 4I and wife, Dayton F. E. Nettit Ho .. office, northeast cor-
tion. from H severe illness 4eiee'o I \\'oo _ : and! wife. N. Y. I Office hour: 9 to ncr Rii'gcwood! and Volusi ave
votes cast for --- by overwork, he being son tel. Phone 17:; FlllIke ..
*Adolph M. Jaehde. the piano toner brought on JI'XU't1d wife, of Jefferson, I'Lonc S'J. Daytona,
: commission having J.. } 4 and C:30 to i }> m.
2 to
I Each issue of the Gazette-News will publish one 1909.of these coupons. I: will Orders l>e in Daytona for tuning durinc may Jan bt". the president in charge of the a construction of a I Ohio. are recent arrivals at the White t !...11.a...m..., ...............................Ss1...SO.I

It mutt be voted within seven days. January 23, I uary.left at THE STILUUS. if. $ UlU'lU.( building in ClevelandDAYTON'A. I I H"u"O.

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t in, .I Norman S. Dayton, Lumber, Real Estate, Building.'

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t i;i rti ON BALD HEADS 1 IN THE
1 T. E. FITZGERALD, Editor I i iI
PORT ORANGE Jan :2s:! .-Vincent I I: Two Loyal Daytoman Sojourning I
Savage one of our eldest citizenho I i ii Bald! Headed People May Get a New I r SPRING. -- -.r
i, In California Show T iible 1 in Life.
THE GAZETTE-NEWS COMPANY fur several years has lived at Palm ]! i

( INCORPORATED ) I I Beach stopped over here Thursday on : Interest In Kaitr: i Ii: the e day when youth is the moving Leave yonr Florida homes in chargeofPni.j

i his: home from the Gulf Coast: I l.i.cor in business I when: a man makes his
.i _ ----- way I j The Oazettf-News tries to mitiiitait area '. C. E. OKTH. You will savemoney
mark at thirty eve and i is ready to retire
i where he had been to ee his son, Lawrence II fctful reverence for -
Entered at the Postoffice at Flonda. Second Class Matter prl'attmlmu I forty five when business houses pension t t'" and I annoyance by
Daytona. to
aa who has been very !ick |I nications, and makes it a practue to betray I!i the manweull'middeaged"nthertban: worry

I r. and Mrs. Porter have moved into no confidence and tell no secretsEvery : alow: his lagging; induence t j intrude upon doing and when you return in the

SUBSCRIPTION RATES.One the hou* last Friday that Mr Mason : day nearly facts of literal are I| cite; commercial rush,a Laid: head u' almost '
i : communicated in bulint't' or friendly : hal to mail's hopes The following 1- Fall ion will be satisfied that you
has been building for them on Orange notes which would look well in print, i any
one .. $1.50 I I I must therefore prove interesting to peope: trust in the right bands.

One One copy copy copy three six months.year.m mths:..... :,.::.:...: ._...:....:::.::::::::=:::::::::::::::::.:::::::::::::..:: .40.75 aenueThe Church Teaery Thursday I!i The worse author subjoined than of 'call the is letter a the couple editor will of down do such, nothing:. The and I,|I ,,!ho Resorcm are loong-thcr is one cf hair the or latest who and arc bald.most placed Yours jour res['{'(.t f n'ly,

__ n___ __ __ ____ ________ afternoon in Hid t'\\t\l 1 Hall are very 'I| the public sympathy in thi m I and in luiieitiun with Beta >apt hoi.
C. E.
pleasant affiir: will be with the Daily \t'With tais ORTH.
SATURDAY, JANUARY 30, 100 which is bush germicidal; and antiseptic a
liirhard: Sparkman, who 15 attending explanation the following U-tfor cent combinattun u formed which destroys the Ormoml rhool.

I I school in It el.and. came home Friday to i I from Lo Angeles. Cal Jauarv- : i* : germs which rob the hair of its nutriment

I visit his parents Mr and Mr!'. Frank O. published: and a':..o creates a clean and healthy condition ------ -- ---- -
w A UIEUH SESSION IS HELD. "Mv DearOli Friend Fitzgerald: -
y, > I (CHOLLY HILL J I l\irkuia'i.. returning Sunday j "I' receded your kind l letter the other I of the of scalp new guns.Plloc.upin which. prevents-* the development .....HNN.1111.11N.N...........N.....t..N.N.....1.. 4
H It It
Mr d Mrs hate mislaid -a
I ar \iswoiiger have to ; day but it some plan is a well known agent for re> B.6.ARRISON
: However our friend Mr Snyder was J : .:
Transformed Into Beautiful I sons Malting them. storing the hair to its natural; color where .
Platform Chaunia carne hone Saturday I IjiHtinto see me and we were Ikin:? I the loss. of color has been due to a disease .\ close examination of electrical 1 .
1 Sundala:)t being: the fourth SundayRev. o\erth<' coming; races I see bv the 'i : .
Tents I [ of the scap. Vet, it is nut a coloring i al work fmifbed and charged for
Woods; Gipsy to visit his father. I n''t's- :
Mr Putter rooduct't'u'icf'- a* Daily News you have uit'till': I matter or de.
Therein. usual m the eel 1 ool house )Ir. lIart horn of the Petk.Ilendricks I' sari" amount to cam them out. WhiTe! I. This combination cf curatives mixed i fn m this shop show} huT equare- ,
Company. came oonitb Kt\ Mr.i Yo'e- are in (California where" you an- with alcohol a* a stimulant perfects the ly and.honorably! we transact. our : .''
The Palmetto Club met again Thurs Saturday Mrs. II F. Stewart and I Wilder and Mr Shepard. Sunday. either freezing to death or travelingthrouzh : I' most ettective remedy fur hair and scalp! businf' a. Electrical repairs receive : .
daughter Huth and the l/t.'J Horace the rtin. wt' are wishing thatI ..
J L Baile> and Millard Patillo and ttou'j! :eThe i Those
The afternoon was in charge of I Fpicial i l attention. .
day spent the day with Mrs Mtrkel Mrs Miss Halter and MM: rilbv drove up to I we could) ) enjoy the fine .limat'that famous Renal: "o;"* Hair Tonic ischiedY"'Jn1pokd 1 .
the Literature Department. The chairman Honda produces. and meet our old i who employ us never worry about :
| Orrnoud and dined at the Hotel Or- of Koorcin, Beta Nap.tlkol
Stewart and Miss Km tondroveovt-r
Mrs Graham Thompson, presidedin in I UK.ndi ,I friend! and. the congenial buys that visit and Filocarpin It makes the scalp : y-'- our charges and the y know before ...
a grllof'E'fullmJ charming manner. the, afternoon and all enjoyed a ixiil i the flub. kealthy nourishes the hair stimulates: the : engaging us that our woikmunhip : 1
of with Mr- A. II Carter "s>n\der said 'It is still raining I & t
follicles. Where the head
The platform was! trauformrd into a cup I' wish I wa in Floridae. are both is already bare : will be the best.
E Grether of Ji'k""l1- ( 1 1j it enters the follicle, revitalizes: the roots i
beautiful woods in which the Hungarian Mr Jeanette i( ORMOND ) figuring on taking a run down in time I supplies nourishment aid stimulates a new J
G\pMes, imported for the afternoon yule, Grand Matron Order Eastern Star, for the ratty."Enclosed. growth. : -I. j tr ;it' Electric Co. ..
I hid check for ?,V;O, which Davtona
had pitched their tent wa the guest of Mr. and Mrs \ H >\e want you to try a few bottles ofRexall"j" I Ir .
I credit Mr nxlerwith 52.). and m\tlf) .
Carter on rnda> of last weekMr j UI: IOXH. Jan. 2S,-Howard brink | flair Tonic on our personal .
The old Queen something over a century ,, .
with $23 to help the rirw aVmg Only i'1 :
guarantee that the trial will not cost l. 2:U South Peach Street
Ormt nd and
hareturned to opened a you -,- + .
actin'in basket making Chits S Harris drive in '
old, was still : enjoyed a wish were both thereourstruh i iI if does '"
a it absolute
real estate tf.c-e iu the department store penny not gi>e you .
tending the cauldron and keeping M'. I itzgerald'new auto Sunday when I jof S Francis .\: Co i l I I i 'OFO. E. SEHRI! *.." I I satisfaction That proof of our faith in N..NN..1....1.................+ .. ... ...11N1..

her children and grand children in order. they went to DeLand for the day ,1 Mr and Mrs T. Otis Fuller of Need- this remedy and it should indupaubly de-
I *F"R UFNT< \ furnished I I I mon trate that we know hat Yo e are talking : I .
She had had much to do with the dE'sI" Mr t;eo. Harris his: Ut-n > >..iuteil ham. M Ia s.. have taken the Purdie bungalow .tn-room
aj ,; 1'f'llimulroad.. for the sea and about when \\e say that Keiall "93"II.1r
all the crowned : on cottage; including piano sewing |I !
times of Europe as tax collector for holly Hill : Tonic will hair bold
the Stetson
Mjn Mr, Fuller i the well known botam machine Rat'i electric 1 grow Every Stetson bears name
heads had at one time or another consulted I UrdmanMr lijjhl-. I except of course where baldness has beenof
Owing to such a continuance < f warmdav + in *
! her but at pre&rnt had turned fruit Perr\ and daughter, of :'st, l.oui:01. I I. etc. .27 N. l IU aehtrtet. tutu! house such long duration that the roots of the I We don't have to stand and
and sunshine treesare
'a bright our
to her beautiful : 1! Mo and Dr. Cameron and wife of south of First axenue tfNV. hair are entirely dead the follicles closed !
fortune telhne
; the ; over I
invited of many of them, in full t.loom. fast ; Cam, III. 1100 uncle and aunt rf Mrs I I __ and grown over and the scalp is glazed. argue to induce a man to select a
daughter. Monica( who any \\reJ.ln yuattltbaum! grove a ripe Perry. are ,.tt'ppme at Mildred \ l1lt. :I Remember: are baling our statements
J the )'(lung ladies to consult her Only Mr nd Mralter J. and : H. Peters Will Build upon what has already been accomplishedby
plum and a ripe leach wa* g'tth -rwl). : Connery II I i ij
one wa venturesome enough and beramed retailmh ni.-,'e. Mi.- -prmz. ..f Itt n. Ma.s.. are I \ hnml...tme new "uilllI i ? i i;. 11 i'l"rna the use of Rexa'l "9J" Hair Tonic, and StetsonHat
t <'lighted with what the fate heldin our oldest luhnl itaiit c.n.iii'1 ..> the Nichols: cottage: on New B,- <'h street, on tie lot ju-t lard I..- we hate the right to assume that what it
'i' an unusual dilav! ..n tin purl IIf natureDeath Britain avenue ,I tw.*n the Curtis and the B.ur.tuild l- has dune to hundreds of others it will do '
_, Uautiful maidens
for Ic'r. The
store .
Mr-. Ketrhll.Ise <..f the oldest re:-i- mn- S, H. fwha< the rantrutt and l for vou. In any event you cannot lose j
i small ihildn-n and even the dog and deuts of the town passed away Mondayi worl will begin at uricThe buiMiiig anything: by giving it a trial on our liberal T'i>
f ) cats seemed well pieced with their Mrs.. kitchell: at Ormond night She madeher home with her u for W. II. Petera b''rlMm U:. ; guarantee. Two sizes, 50 cents and It 00.

t Daytona cainp !I Mrs IVlii .\. Mitchell died Tuesday, I, daughter, Mrs James Carnell where she low. and a suite of modern room at o\e. 'It trtli H \.mtf; Pay torn, ill I
y t The music was in barge of Mrs Hu,;- aged! 70 years. at the home i.flier has been co-itinol to the house for many The dimensions are :Jfi\s5' two -tftrI \. He usually knows all about it beforehe
months The funeral services were held It is to be of prtil bnrk with hind: ;
J I and all!
daughter Mrs James Carnell at Or- I I in, we
;;; ton. The Palnwtto Club Onheftra \V. J. Bryan at DeLanJ. comes
I ILond. I at ire Union church at I o.dock.I some coquina trimmingand plate-tl; :i's i the
I _. marie its fist appearance for the t.f'IL-on. The funeral nrrundedrie>dav) at 11t I r dnf-- sThe remains were laid bv | front. It will betn ornament to B,.athi H.>\\ilham Jennings Brian will lee. do is to have style

e and was warmly: welcomed I.I, lo.clock, the service being held at the the side i>f her husband! in Pinewood i :-trPt't. and a credit to mast.n.i I tore in the splendid auditorium c>f Stt.t- i, he wants, and
The first number on the program was Ormond (church the pastor Hrv. \\al- i cemetery, Davtona Beach i On the second flour will he three 1 bedrooms : "" >n I'nu 'ritv at DeLaud Fla on Sat- 'l >ou can depend -
; dron officiating and the interment at i James Carnell has teem spending the reception room dining rooiikiUh urlty e\enmz: February 6th. Mr I I upon
I a Hungarian danre-Kif'SC'rling. i(I Pinewood cemetery, Daytona Deach. i, past w.t-k in Jacksonville attending thei pantry and toiletPatronize Bntn friui'Jall user Central: Honda % wti..
lire Graham Thompson gave a few j j I Mrs Hitthell, who w well known to i Masonic I meetings: I --- ----- will b' nlad I (.fan opportunity to hear I ,Y it, ue are
brief notes on the department's sum- the older residents of this *'ctiou. has j I's. Charles Corpe who baa been The Mihnc City him The l 1''C'luriII be in the I'J"D- y ready.

mer's work und introduced Mrs Dora I Ir '|I long been in failing health and her I with her daughter, Sarah, in JacksonI -I Bakery S. Beach St. opposite yacht} did auditorium at >Stetson: and by opening I '
t 'death! has been expected for vIDe time I \ille, for a number of week. made a flying club the corridors into the main building
E who short on Our R-xxl home
Dayton gi\c a paper are strictly "
\ home for a few days, returning
I ehi n or twelve hundred people can be .
"Arti-t- \VorV." I ---- tb:.. week to Jicksonvill mile anti l fresh every dav tf comfortably seated within easy h \Q-9 We hate the
j The orchestra next played "Tustspiel" 'I Quietly \\'eddcd.i of the p 'aktr. '', i Stetson Soft
. -Kiler-Bila, and Mrs. C. Ii. Seaman 1: general; admission. VI enU Reserved t
j!i Robert \elvingtou, f.f Kingston : seats tan be hid for 7.> cents oryl 1 Q ,f: and Derby
told something of Au-tro Hungarian life Hit in all
I I and Miss Cora E. English of Hollj HelsHereDr.L.V.Bell.THROW 1 \>\ addressing/ Stetson l'niiersity V' the latest
of homes
giving interesting dncriptions'lF. {'
(Hill were united in marriage Thursday -_ 1 styles
and custom
r I evening at 6:30 o'clock bv" Notary
Mrs Ludlow delighted the audienceb : I .'r Kent: or ixilc.-Two modern
i Public A. K. Brokaw in the parlor t.f furnished! houseon Bastreet
f } singing a Gypsy song, and respondedto I the Bingham A Male !i I I near Phone 2. >J. 13. ATL'L'TMAX. Beach St.
a persistent' encore with "The Nan } Companv.The ; It" .rib, Southern exposure a desirable -

den'r," by Shubert young couple departed on the location. ::-3.-,41 each. Address w'. ptt; e"i' ,, -:u I: .-:e .r-r..J: Pruno''OIiT"ct.tlt .

Mn Mayme S. Smith a charming 7:06: p m., train for 1)t' and aud IV- I J. E Hush, Ocala, Ua or any. real

GypMO. gave a delightful account of Leon Springs and on their return will II I Yrte. estate agent Daytona, Fla. tf .i.I.I.NN..N.N.NNN.NNe..t/........ iI
c make their home in Kingston.Announcement. --- -- I
their origin and wanderings through
F: the world especially of their life in ----- The Eastern Star Supper.T I

Hungary supper given at UK Masonic Hall! i:1 THE STANDARD OIL COMPANY i

The orchestra closed the program I \\' JnUa\ night by Li\e Oak Chapter :
hereby announce mj candidacy- I
No I. Order of Eastern: Star was a .
with beautiful numb Cants
t a very pie o.-ant ocul event and
; quite a success I
Bane. 111t"C'tfully| ask the support of the voter financialv! netting between $50 and .
Mrs. T. E. Fitzgerald aud Mrs Claiente at the election February 10th I, >*W I i will deliver
GEO F. SMITH.Announcement. gasoline without i iIf
F Rogers were the charming young I The entrance 11..11a.i converted into I
hostesses of the afternoon a rci'ption room and tutefullytrimmed

t Mrs Thompson gave notice there i dd''r.tro with greens with, whil.tar' the JOint banquet color hall as were was If f any charge f for delivery! at i

t would be an important meeting of the I hereby announce my candidacy for '. t. of the seven tal"le two of them
afternoon at 3 the office of Mayor of Daytona and re in the oiors,. of the Worthy
department Monday s" IT 5 purple in
pt't.tCully a k the support of the voter, ii any point Daytona Sea.
f o'clock. The afternoon e1o.'With a the election February Ma'*-"n and .\- ..,ciate Matron I II
Il1t 10th.
I \ b.vy of charming young ladies
z short business! meeting. I D r. HXDuI.I'IIAnnouncemcnt. .'I..d t the table and 'ommiUt'e.ocli 'I I.
upon a < breeze Beach
I I Daytona Orniond
: ..f th. Lantern Star; had gtn- -

I'' t WIUUN'S> OPERA HOUSE[ IS the I hereby omceof announce m>. candid. v !II' -u|>'rviMob of arraign: ntiolph -. ;i: or Port Orange. Quality f .

-seasonuhject to (I.t'I1l'l'ro'llol
,\' M 1. .lat-hde, the piano tun-
i of the voters on the lUth day '
EAR AHEAD OWBI6'OT\ [ of 'JiII. .ht' in I'avtoua durint 'Ian
.I February. and respectfully' ask tie 'I and quantity I
< support of all good ntizen1 uti1'nkr for tuning in i\ led guaranteed.

KRK j W. II EmIOXIIoO\:; 1 .;' .5\ TilE STI 1.1.1..\'. tf
1e Call (Mir(' I'lioni' 12sMilN : i
t In Bush & Safford Piano Contest'! I
: 1 Building lots For Sale. Will Patch \' u-l'p :j jl ( i I Tiai .fi-r 77

Kingston School Now In i! I offer for sale lots 2 and :t. Lie'k l IIr. I.. \". hell who is canvassing: there : t !

> I \ Colenun addition to Kutoni. in the interests of the I-l?rula : \Yan.hou'l' (;oI t

r ;i-. Second. i! These are among the most desirable (Itst'al| j iNiiRth: Co>. -diULe., is gii \- :
r lots .._ short lectures l : and demonstrations Kl'rosl'lll' (Oil Dfhu'H'tl) l by, Tankagon.. i
The inevitable has occurredili i vacant lift on Hidgevvocxlaenue AWAY YOUR CRUTCHES.T '
t Very afternoon andIur.g from a
mans opera house has made a jump that A tine location for a Hire T > .i ou the \olu,.ia attnue frontage of :I i Gasoline Machine Gas and
I oils.
u unparallel in the Bush .\: Safford contest I home For prices address tf I Belt the Wonderful Healer and HI. Renowned Florida I lliukinOr us; :store:> when' thest prep- I: Lubricating I

so far. In the last: count the vote GuyS. Brown, Central Lake, iluhUt i Herbal Remedieaj ai: .'ion-1 are TO be obtained \ crowd is :
for the opera louse alone was over 136.-I j Dr l. \ Bell, the great advertiser and then give free tr- atnl.t: .trl1 a attr.. r..II! 1.\' n"''.ir.- "i :i bee; iude\jlie\ .NI.IN.I.I.....111.0.C'
i : in t the el..r tor th 'n "x-
S pt'.i.nt !
000 Somebody may overtake the theatre I, pub Jan :10 last pub :Mch :aitI I woudtr-worker, who is now making let ture on the merits <..f his f:unuu* rein- ;: p.-. : T' r,"mi'- 11111"111- ninii .' I

but they will have to get a hurry i I :Notice' to Debtors and Creditors. i his headquarters at the flanking Drug edu-s, that are curing thousands of all heir t.'. vIt. S on them soon. The Kingston school ""Store cf this city and curing thousands kinds of r'to&tagiou dia...s-jf the human hint reu.ttiaa fur their ri::n t
Noth IK .
I t..rebi't'n' that the un l 'r- *}sttm: The doctor is in.ikin; th and Dr.11'8 td\i rtisen I.t will -
looks I of all kinds of the human cure. i :
now like the only possible n\"al for siirnd ha.taken let PRINCIPLESABSOLUTE
I out t..tltana"l.tau' dtaf bier, the lame walk: and performing .
i be found eh*'when in this iNotice. !u"'
B the fiat place position outside of Day I sot, the la-t wall and t.-,.tain"iit of J. \. : family may be htirto bv the Honda other miracles that are pros ,g him i -- i

|j.j[ tona With this count that schoolpas..e. Herr.lricksl .1f'.a..J. and 1 La I !- Hoot and Htrb Treatment, may be seen to U one of the mot wonderful men I: .

', the Seabreeze .it stair exeiutnxll |rrMin-< lntvinelaiuis g: at H.1nl..ins' Drug Store where he that has ever come within our mi IZ f. It i SAFETY Tn..urt'tl! iI
High School, going i : gives i-
.miu..t .
<* if ttieare rle'eia.r r!1 II I' you are sir k. deaf <>r lame, or broken \o boats willt> permitted t" pass 'Ile _
into second place There was nothing Iwreby notified and nijmtvd tll i| I all information that may be desired ins down in ill health, It will par you t.> ,Ir, Ite "T"ri,.oka:' new \\ork Ill!; ia the
of special interest: outride of Daytona (pn soot the wiaj to tile within tun .y.' \rfn : rtgard! to these wonderful Florida herbal call at Hunkino Drug; t'r. aida e the 'ai,1: between :xt .\ugn>tiiie and Ur I

... In Daytona the high school had a .iu tlw date lt.-ixif. di.cov. ru-s. free of charge doctor and gft further f.rmafltla, 1&' :" 11..1: I iljrui. ....or illq g h..urs. "lft.ut: ant Capital 1COX)0: ( ) )
slightly lirger vote than the Halifax I C\HHIKt: Hr.MUIKSFx ( ; I He aUo gives a grand moral euterUm- his wonderful Honda IU.L..\' ri s. 'uUf: ,; :. ..... t I'.. fttfl.f: th Canal ('olu >
'utrix nl the I-;state .., which are fur sale at t Dr'a.St .,der,
j littles but the "boys m blue" are J. .V. H uJrx. .L- ,I I.-c. .1 1 nieut tvtr} afternoon and evening onolusia Surplus $250,000
d"-j I .t- "re. tntil further note.ltr. I irfiw : I :,'.a'' :a-I I ::. 'I.anal.," Tran f o
termuicd to get that piano and \' Jail 2. lVey. \ .Vve near Hankies Drugstore ill be found at Hankin Dru,; *t,,r. j:. ,a-x' ]J'I":.. l't\'J

; / body will have to lu-tle There wen II I -- -- Stockholder Liability 8H(),( XJ)

- f I no new developments in Daton*. Actual
i J r I One of the pianos is on exhibition in i sel'ul'ity; to depositors1; ( ,UKl

k : the M B \ultman stelrt.oo the corner

J. !I, of South Beach street and Or&ngt.'e.. I NOTE:-TLh Bank Number One on tire Hnor R.J1 of

c nue and every one is urged to step into
t the store and try the n.trumenthirh GREAT SLAUGHTER SALE National Haul in horses and Xo |.; ia the whole

If is an excellent one. It is planned some- United States: arising O\'t.'r.&tl1Y, ht h.1J.n-d) Xati; alCONSERVATISM 1

time in the near future to give a recitalin uanls.

this store, at which time all interestedmay

: Lear the beautiful tone of the _OJ.
i I ( )14'Men's .
piano. The other piano will abo be
placed on exhibition in some other

Beach street store soon. Proven by our sum** :and .ur rrp ,taii,>n.

.. Oue. thing must be spoken of. PleaseS Clothing Hats Caps andGENT'S SQUARE DEALING

don t put banana peels and shredded ,

:. wheat biscuits in the ballot boxe Corn I'

i- cobs are all right if they will go in the i FURNISHINCiS. Ak our pitrop".

slit but pickles cookies, fruit peels j
S water tiles grocery bills and the like I u _._ _

' f t count.make the votes hard to handle and shoes For The whole 237 North Beach Street Open an ace. ,1.... s. ::11. cis ..:,.; ._1 s\ il: .' ,ltlslraU' it

{ D. H. Rogers of .\lfreJ. X, Y..I Family.

and Mrs J. II. Van DHZT, also of t ur..Mi.Miiiit TUP. I-I.AC-I-X FIRST NATIONAL 1
New York brother and sister of D. ,
D. Rogers, are visiting that gentleman i SALE OPENS JANUARY 30th.

,I Dayton 1}for fro his twentjr-fire Robert family has on North y not earn.l been Beach In j i iI .I'',,-THIS STOCK MUST BE SOLD. T. B. STOUT, Manager.\ I ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.

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.; asI

eGeo. IL Clark has a large and .N N N + NN N+NNNN + / 1I :'

0 your handsome Call and purchase.S. see display.them of before Valentines.making I i' AUTO FUND_.SUBSCRiPT o ."l I!I n JOE OSBORNE .

II. Mosely returned Wednes .. .* ,

day from a ten days business tripto : A Corrected List To Date of All Who Help To Make The *

Asbury Park, N, J.
: Carnival A Success. :

Ex-Sheriff J. R. Turner of De- . . . . .
our store your store New,, afternoon .H1 N.- .- N.- .- N.- .N.- .-.- .- .- -..- .-.- .- +-.- .- .- >- .- +- ..>..- .- ...+...++.....- N.- .- ...NNNN.N.N.. Sanitary Plumbing Heating and
Land, wasp the city Ihureday -
itchy, up-to-the-minute goods: com- for a short time. There not only general local interestin I Jas. B. Moore_.._............._.._.. $ 100 R. H. Lesesne_ ....----_ S 10 ,

ng in daily. Prices are and always the progress of everything pertainingto Elmer Oliver......................... ..... 50W. ) L. G. Lyman._._...____. 10 I

are been right. Reference, any- The County Commissioners and the automobile race meet proposedfor H. Peters............................... 100L. C. D. Gardiner ('0.....___.._ 15 I

wily L. H. HOWE & C.., County School Board will hold their March but there is a most gratifying H. Rowe &: Co.......................... 25 Peter 8iems.__.....___ _._.... :0: Ventilating.

r The Jewelers regular monthly meetings at DeLand interest abroad, as evidenced by letters E. D. W. Rose........... .................. 25 C. Nash .t S on._........_...... 10 l

! C M. Rogers returned Sunday Monday which reach this city from every direc P. H. Summer.............?............... 25 C. Stubenbord .......... _.___.._ 15

} down the tubes tion. H. Y. Stillraan._....._................. :25 Thomas Oyama.......___........ 10
rom a trip coast. Automobile tires and inner
It will be noted, by running your eye R. L. Smith..........................._.... :25 !'riDc(> George..._. .._._._.... 50
I e lilIs' Lunch is now open. I vulcanized at Oliver's garage down the column of figures that the Harry Thompson...................... .. 25 Dt'5pland lIote1.......__:...... 100 Complete Gas Plants Installed. 1

Frank J. Brown, of Kalamazoo,, contribution has passed the$4 000 mark. Graham Thompson. ..................... 5 Ridgl'woOO hotel......_..... 100
\V P Brad haw made business
...,. UeLand a Mich who has been at the Daytona Every indication points toward a most Henry T. Titus..... ........... ........... 10 Princess I&'ena........__....,. 30Seaside Plumbing and Heating Supplies.

rip to Monday. Hospital is able to be at his home successful race meet, and it will be Edward White. ............._.............. 50 Inn............._...... 4.i

t .1. 1*. Turner, of New on Soutli Palmetto avenue again. worth several times its cost in advertising J. L. Wallace................................. 20: Palmetto Uotel........__..... 40 Brass and G alp. and

as a na'tolla'isitor Thur 1l1"rna'l, the greatest town that ever happened B. D. Woodward.................. ....... 15 The ennett............._ ..... 25 Pipe Fittings.

rA large :assortment of Valentine Gotfried Walbaum................._... 50 The Oakes............................ ..... 10
A. B. Kimball, proprietor of the I Cards and Novelties, at Monk's Sou- last of subscribers! to Automobile G B. Young: .................................. J5llotil I J. D. I'rit'\ ........._..._... 25

I ) : v.-mir Store j Racing Fund: Seville................................ 50 I The COlogDades.... ..... _...._.... 150 Fairbanks & Morse\ Engines & Pumps.

I Dr. and Mrs Win. Jayne, of Tay- F'. E. C. Automobile Ass'n..5. 500 J. II. onnelley............................. 25 The Clarendon.......... .... 200: ,

|Seed Beans reble. lorville. IlL, arrived in the city Anthony lime....... ......_...... 50 G. 11. ("antn.n................................ ;5 The Gables .. .. .. '_...n 25 Rams.

Hanking The Druggist. Wednebday and are located at the M. B. Aultman............................. 50 \'". R. Gray.......... ........................ t 15 The Howard .. .. ... 10! Niagara Hydraulic

I Miller: apartment house on South Bridge Companies.........__?....... 300 \\'. L. Sonntag............................. :25 The Austin ....... .... ....... 25 :

S. H. Cove is enlarging the kitch- Palmetto avenue. C. C. Barnes_...._..._......... -JO: Clarendon Garage......................... 25: Magnolia llotel. .... .... ...n .. .... 15 Ireland Pipe Wrenches.

i and porch of B. A. Armstrong'H C. II. Birchwood........__........ 25 Dr. J. 1:. Rawlmgs...................._. 10 The Lyndhurst .. .... 15 \

,sidencc on South Ridgewood. tPictures framed to order atttarnes Bond Lumber Co............_.. ....... 50 Dr. W. A. Cove-..................__..... 1 10 The fines ....... 10

Mrs. C. W. Collister and Alex- I Novelty Store. New mould Hobt. M. Bond.................__. ..... 50 J. \\'. Fulgham............................. 10 City hotel ...... .. .m 10 i

of Cleveland Ohio,son the 'ing just received Bingham & Maley Co................... 100 E T. Pitcher.........................-...... 5 Sc..hrlliJt's HoM. n.. .. ..... 25 I I II
uder are ................... .. .. JOE OSBORNE The Plumber
of Mr. and Mrs. T. H. White. O cola Tribe No. 21?I, Improved T. F. Curtis & Se n......._._... ..... 10 D. I) & C. M. Rogers 10 I The Morgan 25
nests Order of Keel Men meet at their Conrad Grocery; Co....................... 100 J. T. Long.................................... 10 Ivey Lane inn ..... .... ... 10 ,

Turkey dinner every Sunday at WIgwam Orange avenue the first Ceo. II. Clark................................ 50 II. E Johnson ..... ....................... 5 Saratoga Inn .... _. .. 20
he Howard. tf and third on Wednesdays, all visiting Norman S. Dav' ton...-.................. 1'5 E. L. Shear .................................. :.i The StlIlml&n .... 10 Phone 96. 11 Orange Avenue. : :

chiefs welcome. Gee H. Foote.............._............ 25 T. B. Collins.......... ...................... 25: The Willmf'r ...... .. ..' .. 'i
:Laurence Thorn pson left Tuesday I are Fitzgerald J\: Oates..p.4) I Joseph Osborne............................ 10 Time Parkinson ... ... 5 Lea' ooooIs

a r Havana, Cuba where lie willIt'nd Attorney Carey D. Landis came A. B. Foster: ............,._. ................ .")ij Henry W. \Villiamns..S I l.oui"dlt'r.. . 15 .:I '.

a couple of weeks with hism I over from Deland Wednenday afternoon \\. F. Gille &. Co ........................... :!.; \". C. Smith................................ 10 I Gulf Ht'fining Co ... .. 50 ............................................... 1

L. H Thompson. on business connected with V. M. Green...................?........... 10 J. R. King.................................... 10 StllUdard Oil Co. .. ... ';5 s- An Small Hotel Two i

: You can't please ever)body; some I the defense of Charles Warren the S. B. Green................._............ 25 Cook Auto Co................ .............. 25 II'I Claude Xulao. .... ..... 25 STEAM I HEAT Eh'gantlyppoint'll, ELECTRIC: LIGHTS, J.AHGE'ERAXDAS Blocks from Depot LAWN 1

,j e complaining that the heathery colored! man charged with the murder S. H. Gove ...................._._....... :25': Chas.: F. Burgmau......................... 25; Elt'l.'tri: Light Cu. .... .. ... .. )0) AND :SHADE TREES.::: .j

been too warm while others re- I of Anna Geiger. Uruber-Morris: Hardware....... 5oW. II. G. \\ iron .\: Co....................... 10 Adam&han E..tlite. .. .. 50

I ice and declare it to be perfect. has in of I I M. Hankins............_........... 25Royall J. 1::. Williams: ............................... 5 I I J. F'. Halhaway ... .. .. 25 THE ISLINGTON
I N. Kriekson process construction Houghtou..... .._.......... 10 S. W. Carroll.......................? ....... 25 E. T. Conrad ... .. .. 25 ,
. :See the ."> and 10) cent bargain I at his cabinet shop, on S R Kaufman ..........._........ 100 Ernest Mills.... ..... ....................... 15 : P Burjoyne, ... n. S00oo. MR:*. J. B PARKINSON, I-U..PRIETOB.

utter at Barnes' J'O'elttOTr.' :; Cottage avenue, a handsome piece flattop Robt. Kaufman..........._............... 5 \\'. M. SlmlTucr........................._... 10 (: F. Smith .... .. 5 18 South Ridgewood Ave., Daytona, Florida. I

;i Miss Mabel Saxon arrived from I of furniture in the shape of for a the P. Lades......................._......... 10 J. H. Frost................................. 10F. : 1't'l'k.lleudril'ks Co 50 ................'o.... ......................-I

I I le-sk, of black cypress Merchants Bank...........__......_... IOU' W P"pe................................... 10 Troy 11 ouse. .... .. tot -- -
t rt Pierce Monday afternoon and of ...... .... ... ................. .
... .
| Sonntag Investment Company I > .........+.+
........ .
i til be with her brother Eat I Saxon, George; II. Munroe.... .................. 20K. I. E.: Klleuw Nid! 5 1 :' It :;c'aman 10 .
Seabreeze.'Spring. Bros.......... ....................... 25 Gtr: ,. B. .. 23 :
Ira few days at The Bt-lmoiit: on S. Maley: ................ ................ 50 McCoy :: Sebring. : 0t0
rst I It Millinery-M. Ella De- R. 11. Me Donald............................ 2.) Halifax Furniture Co------------------- 10 ; T. A. Snider. .. 25 II .

avenue. Voy ACo f( S. Beach St.. announce Ira Miller..................................... 10 P. J Dojle................................... 25: Central Market 5
.i ed Beans Fresh.Ilankius'I'he. : their Sprirg opening for Friday and I CONRAD GROCERY CO. :

Druggist. ; Saturday. February 5lh and (jth.I Attorney Mary Stewart, of Dee ............................. 4.......N.............
[Mr. and Mrs. Charles Blair ar- Land, came over Thursday.John i .

J .1 ed l are Saturday heated night at the from Waysido Chicago Inn,, I i sou Mr.Clarence and Mrs., with Albert several Bennett friends and, McGahie, ol Brooklyn, came i Seabreeze and Daytona Beach :. for your Pet (Cream) Milk:\ (0 small cans for 25c, :.

Myrtle avenue. Mr.I Blair is a I made an automobile trip to Orlando, in from the South bridge: last night to go on yourToasted .

I estate man. Sanford, Kustia and other points, at nine o'dockitlt a string of fine : MRS. H. A. BERNARD, Editor. : i Corn Flakes Post Toasties i
I" leaving Daytona Monday and returning trout of two to three pounds each ,
jAnliur J. Morgan, a prominent ( Wednesday They report a lie caught them with phantoms and j I ............ ....- ...- ..- .- .- ..- '-..- ..- ,.-.-.-.-.- .- .- .-.-.- .-.- .- .-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-. i Puffed Rice Wheat Berries i

1 operator of Bell.tire, Ohio) has very pleasant trip throughout. reported the river alive with trout. I I IU. SEABREEZE, Jan. 27.-It i-< reported DA\iOX.BEACH., Jan. 27-Mia* or

i\'cd and is the guest of l.i- on the street that Roger \\ hinfk j Grace Smith is: at home after a protracted :
I 1'. of Triscuit all at lOc each.S.
Joseph Osborne returned Sunday Walters proprietor .
rents Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Morgan I Id, whose home on Valley street has ; visit with relatives in Cincin-

[Korth Ridge wood avenue. been from during Jacksonville the week, where attending he had the the t..I'S'city Pharmacy Thursday, of DeLatid bringing \'wal-I been closed: since the death of his: btau- I I coati and vieinity. She is accorded a i NY. Biscuit and Quaker Oatmeal. 2 for 25c. i

'Dr. dentist west end i hU brother tiful young wife three years ago will j l'ordia1elcome by her many friends: : Cream of Wheat Rt1 Breakfast Food :
Houghton Masonic Grand Lodge, as a delegate party, including by automobile arrive in Seabreeze this week. J. H. H light and family arrived fromPeekskill ton or
|ith Bridge Peck block, phone *>_ from Halifax No. 81, of this to see DaytonaMr. I
I i Miss Helen Beekmau leaves thi.' afternoon N. Y., Friday night, and are i Petit .John J at 15e each.Knmford i
Mr. t Upborne) took the Mystic
Martin S Rose and family, of I I city. and Mrs.[ F N. Conrad and for Washington 1) C where she pleasantly located at their home on
Shrine:;; Friday night in company : Hakin Powder 1 pound can 25c. :
nstield. Ohio, arrived recently t I degrees daughter Jean Frances, drove over will jam her brother Or. I H. 1) Ibt-k- P'niusula Drive. :Mr llaight says they : ,. .
with several others from Day I
\1 are located) with S Heynunn on p to DeLand) Thursday. Mr.[ Conrad man, and ..i ter. left /.ero weather at home, and are gladto i.
i The Conrad
mge avenue Mr Rose: is not a tona. returned the same tray but Mrs :Mr. Orth arrived on the night; train be in their sunny southern home. I Grocery Company ]

:. user to Dajtonu) : having winter Mr. and.1 Mrs T. F. Able, of Indi- Conrad and daughter remained to yesterday and joined 1m family at the Mr. and :Mrs. Hughes, bride and I II :. E. T. Conrad K. Co's. old stand. .: I
here before. who arrived! recently from visit with friends fur a couple of Erregger cottage, on Ocean lou! ard. I gri-om accompanied Clifton Young and .
ana have rented through weeks. Mrs. Aldefton.: who came here for her Muss Van Meter south from Lexington ................ 1 .......1........................
he lardy of the coloredonun, Gainesville, 1heIayfit'ld Ky and of Mrs. J. C. Young, i
health and has ticrn quite sick at are guests
Heal Estate
Itelle M. Scott, who died Tuesday the Norman Dayton J. Williams and Lyle Lymau .
ruins( on Ridgewbod avenue wasp Agency, the west flat in Mrs. E. B.hlOre's nude an automobile trip to Defend } was taken to the Seabreeze on Ocean M. a"l'nue.The E. School is
Sanitarium yesterday Mrs. Alderxin'ssLter Sunday making
[ |>ed by express in the afternoon (louse, oa Third avenue. Orlando and numerous other points, :Mrs. Thayer is here with her. I gti lilt weekly gain, in interest as well as si
Mr. Able came here to take a position r.B I iSSF F }
>rk. Pa 'I 1 he woman's husband, blacksmith leaving Daytona Tuesday morningand Colonel and Mrs A. F. Fleet are look- numbers, and is a thriving institution. PROFESSIONAL +
in (0. A. Foye's
!sink Scott, accompanied the* re- S. Palmetto returning Thursday, morning. ing forward to a \Nit from theiron., The ree'cu,ts have increased from a little
on avenue. .
in De-
alii 14.irfur They spent Wednesday night Lieut. Henrv W. }Fleet of the Second Ie--.s than one dollar, perhaps to $:!..JlI

sale or rent unfurnished -;;;Blooming pot plants and ferns! Land. Infantry. Fort Thomas, Ky. Lieutenant I last Sunday. The seating capacity of I d. sciiNT.nnik..N l \, I D. 1 I'itz crake & Gates i

llage on I Ivy Lane '"'W. Easy for sale. Oho.] : Dirrv\NS. Ridgewood The Daytona Band was present by i Fleet will visit at Atlanta the church is evidently overtaxed during
tf Conrad Real: I':.tate ('o. a3t.Mrs. imitation at the anniversary celebration route to Seabreeze. the tourist season. New chairs will haveto 1 Physician and SCirgeon.!; Attorneys at Law ,
and Miss at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mi,;"s Grace Burdick .has. been suffering be purchased and there is talk of enlarging 1
( Kojall lough ton 302: North Ridgewood; Sjieeial Attention to Examining and
fus.( .1. (R Cole ami Wiley and Houghioii -eturned Wednesday Walter Cameron, on Second avenue, from an aggravated sore throat the past t' the church building. Miss Minnie Florida.Perfecting: ( Land Titles.
>)> Melton returned Sunday from night from ,Jacksonville where Mrs. Wednesday night, and during the week, and is under l>r. sth's care. I Keile-y U Superintendent of the Sunday Phone 193; Dajtona, s

lays' hunting expedition in II 'iighton had gone with the expectation evening they added to the entertainment tern. \\'. II. Fortson oitne over from Stliuul.l Ollite: hours: 11) to 12 a. in., i Conrad Block, DAYTONA. I-LA. I .

Turnbtill hammock They killed of taking the Pasteur treatment by rendering some fine I Bowling Green, Fla the latter part of I a-.U :Mrs. :Silas Hubbel who have 6tosp.m.- ------ ----
1 deer ami a wild! cat of the !IKI-! bite oft selections last week to help take care of her rooms in the auYalzah block are now -- -- = = ('.rv n, r.andls ..n-;'leh 4
variety and had: a gmtd linen'erally for a recently received mother Mrs M V. Hart, who has been I ou'upJiul their ocean front home. 1)12..J.l 1:. HA\\'LI\uS i
j Il\'t dog. The treatment was pronounced LANDIS&: rlSIi I I -j
on the trip. ) however as IartinDa.wson.of 1'psilanteMieh., sick with a fever. Yesterday Mrs. Fort- Mr. and Mrs.: Donivau of Michigan are I .
unnecessary I
Two well furnished cottages fur the medical authorities at Jacksonville is a guest of The Glenn on North isl son reported her mother's: condition avery occupying apartments in the I'hillips Physician & Surgeon. Attorneys at Law
Beach street. Mr. Dawson, who I
t t. sit rooms, bath, hot and cold who examined! the dog's head, much improved.Mrs. house on Seabreeze avenue. :. I'ractlrlnK/ all state and Federal .'r
whuh had !been sent to them for ex-mayor Ypsilante and a prominent Oyster and daughter arrived John M. Fuquay has one-half acre alma Office or Volusia avenue htt clour Court"*. 1'hllurl'rltnlnalDu.nee.gtv .
ier, electric lit lts, fireplace of that section of ] ru rnreful' attention. Hp'clal' facllltlra I
politician North and have .
from the Tuesday .
found trace of in the heart of the town in one of forlntettgatingand prrfectlnc title I
Ave near Ridgevxood R that purpose, no t I of Hankins Pharmary.
nge country, is south for the benefit of leased :Mrs. Stewart s l'Ottage.oD"all..>) west I i l I.t.iid. Florida. 1
!. Bond Lumber Co tf rallies the finest truck gardens to be found \ '
} and finds of -
rIal his health, Daytona one fctrett. I
any w hereAbout: one-half of the garden TEW ART- Itw5CAsteeart trord air
the prettiest places he has ever seen Dr. A. T. Uigl'1olind the Ayers:: E. j jPhvsician I
) W HN t tD NN MMEvening and a delightful climate in which to brothers had a most lIuc'ct'sfulli.hing U planted with Englishpeaa.of sturdy, L.'I'l:\\'I\1 l'1" & BLY '
; ; I sell-supporting stock, full of blooms and and Surgeonj} ; "
;-vAitS. l recuperate. bout on the grounds: below Port Orange: I I
I pods. They are as thrifty as
1 Wednesday j young
._ __ turning with a catch of forty sizeableshpepslicad. Special attention to divans of the Lawyers
plantscould' be and promise:! a splendid Eye, Ear, Throat and \ost. OHice
f.1. IN Till BUSH & SAITOKl PIANO' CONTEST. sims 10 unouAM I vield. Besides peas he has planted and residence. Magnolia avenue. :3rd (.. tilts I Miss: Mary J.11'are i" now located at 1.,000 onion sets, and has carrots, door west of P. O telephone J>2. ivl-and: Florida
I the home of Dr. and Mrs. E\trader., radishes turnips, mustard, squash( Irish hour :*a in. tort!II>. iu. i il. i -+ _ _____n_ _.
DAYTONA DIES[ EN[N ROUTE.Fri.m where he will &i>tiid the balance of theCa -- iI
i .I I potatoes and numerous beds of Rock- ; .vlcixaj I TITLtiS INSUUt: [)
season. I
High School 1,114,070 i iKKK way l'l&utd..pc!! coming on. :Mr. Fuquay (l.
[Daytona .
I [>t. Brown and wife Mr. and Mrs.Luke Vwhifii County Abstract, Investment1)1lYSl'Iclll
780,647 says he has Used very little fertilizer
'Halifax Rifles : and and Mr. and Mr.-. I alKl .Surgeon i .
daughter anti Titfe Insurance
Company.HfMtUI I
Eastern Star 503,045miss tnJjDaily I I < t the garden is a bower of the richest s
Order I '
.' 123,950 John Sanboru, of North Dakota was Topping, are enjoying a few daj'. visit green, and everything shows every indication attention gi(U'iito l l'hI'Il" of I .\ Bud tltlvperfecthe -
Maggie Morgan I,I with Mr and Mrs. Zimmerman north of ( g75 an"lt11Dg of tilt! +!w'.. tsrfree I >Iapr IMt aid' Blue. frlut* tup-
f liss Jean Frances Conrad 88.010 due in Daytona this week for a visit this '> I of being well nourished. Mr. ; .; (' CoW. ., I
Ormond over (.lol! *r otmnx.torr. i.ntar hours | S 'f.. ? l'0.
a .P..te
Mrs. John B. Parkinson. Heft : he has been! offered ..
.Baptist Parsonage 43,115 I sister '. F\IIluay says tempt- : lo i a. u,. I toe p. m.. ; to ":*p. I. : Honk, 1 1I'AYTONA. Iwl.uiwl. rla
; I Mr. and Mr J. \\ McArthur and (
Colored Industrial School .. 38.925 as en route but a sudden illness interrupted > prucsfor: this: garden plot t.hisinter H.\. -
P. Hus and daughter have 1.'a'hi.! 'I
his and Le stopped at cy 1 decided with it..
26,025 journey but has not to part
Miss mile -
*| miss Mary J\\cCann. 8,515 West Baden Indiana. I. and are now occupying Ma June: (Hull's: Mr. Pollard's many friends will be I M. JOSIE ROdHKS, M. I D. I 11. \1)_ tC C. t'1. 1jLHS:

:Daytona Institute ... ... ... ... 925 lie grew worse rapidly and died last cottage on 1'mewiHxl avenue. I gl t.,1 l to learn that he is improving.Mr. Civil Engineers: I II
*lrs. F. L. Mitldlelun ... ... ... .. 525 I night. In response to a telegram; announcing Manager Hurtii-io: of U'ilman's opera and Mrs.: Me-Cann have lease-d \ lomeopathic I MiysieianNo i

Miss Rose McDonald .. ... ... ... 500 : '! his death Mrs John B. Parkinson house, i i" corresponding w ith Charles W. I part of G. K. Swerney's home on Grand- 4")3 North Reach Street I and
for the Ofiice ID.\\TO\A
\'i.a.t'nuc season. I
: !' left this morning for West Baden Hit.'he, with a view to securing the Jack Strothers is utilizing his spare Office Hours, 12:30: to 2:30: and G:00 ( .

| GUI Slim OF I\\TONA.\ and will accompany the body home for i :Stable Paige Company for a date: here'I tune after school hours at work for the I to i:30.TclcphooeXo.. t,:.>... u. d 1 I
tNlftce (
lbyto.a lu.-.t'
AVilman's Opera House 259,910 burial. during the races.SEABREEZE. We-bster Grocery and is an accomodat- I I I." ... 1"I I i.

.Kingston School. 84,560 : j I Mrs. Parkinson has the sympathy of :L Jan. :'''J.-Mr. and MM s:I j i ing and alert delivery man. I -- -- I Ii

Seabreeze High School 80.385 ( her friends iu this -f winch Hiram 11.\YTUX.BEACH., Jan. 29-The !
.1 I many new gn< J. C. Ellis, who arrived from a j I.
'M. E. Parsonage, Daytona Beach 71,598 t comes with shocking uddenne&s. few days ago, have taken) part of Miss; ;i San Souci Club met at the home of j, I )(\'ton" Private! I Hospital I

Seabreeze Congregational Church 44,010 ''I : Me.A.. Freeman: Wednesday afternoon i- and Sanitarium
-- ----- -- Ott's cottage and will spend the remainder 1
;Bliss Alice Daugherty, Daytona Ik-ach 29,995iliss ) f I Ii in the largest attendance: of the I Every fa.-lllty forlbproper tr.. itrnfiit. !
) ,
i : of the season here. im-illcal and ".ir "c l < wiKlrctrlral
I of
) Elsie Coates, Daytona Beach 29,415liss I I) .; A LETTER f FROM O l lI li SUPERVISOR. i las -(,'..l.on.0 afternoon with Tennyson and care .I>plla..c.."e. trained hurOt"! j jI .
Mr. Gamble Is further improving tieBlfciB
'). Jennie Murray, New Sm.'rna. 5,170 i 1 was' very much enjoyed. Mrs. J. Ralph oulelsurroundlni to all patlenr* Term em *fpUcatL.u. I
home the st..nean given !
KKK on lIalifl&t.y: a on .. .
Miss Ruby Spaulding, Daytona BeachJMiss 4,015 I \\ Iln.x read a sketch of the life of the << S.oa'b St 'a5ttert4hr. !
the east extention, the part of A. BU'I'I: 'K j
: Sallie Holland Daytona Bcach.. 3,295 t i I Editor Gazette-News: with to call :. which will Le tini.I.t'l1ith cypr<>" rail aithor. Mrs. Ronald: recited Lady I Physician In('b"rJt... ,
rmond School 265 j I'I \' :Mrs. Bigelow read :
t 'I the attention of the citizenof Daytona: >:: and spindles. Hare "crc de !

....MMtl ......"H........................eM4I t i, to the fact that registration in the city i I \\ellsjettirday made the rttun :1, The Palace offt.. Mrs. Reed read 1)1.1ti'. ;\. 0\'t: IJII. ./\. !; registration books is necessary to par! Onuond the The Charge of the Light: Brigade. })rp.
: i trip from on new peninsula I I
|m ticipate in the coming city election. I I'I ;, \\ aterson read Rupah. Dainty refresh- i iI j {Dentist : l i itrier
.................,................................. I f fI i I Many who registered there in the !! road.without He injury succeeded to his: ear in getting, but found through the;; 1 ment-uer<. *'r\txl during the social I iI I

Goon: FOR *") VOTES :I county books I last fall seem to be under > road cry rough. 1'1 hour. The next meeting will be held at : loran RMs..oMl ant v'".iunioxn ->u : .A6tl1 1hMlsg.So. 1.

i I 1 tie impression that they are duly registered Ralph Lapp, of No. Nine, who has the home of :Mrs A S. Bigdow, Halifax.I ; Heads StfftL' I.

IN THE I II I II' for the city lection. The tax I, work with one of Da>tona'9 grocery I avenue Seabreeze. b.larlIen! :; Poe 50 !
has furnished the of will, be the study of the afternoon.Mr. -- -- -- -
j collector me names
1UTSII & SAFFOR1) CO. 1 I I I some twenty l five who have recently I btorl's.on is stopping Pinewood at a'Cnlw.I J. R.. Torolin'on'shome : and :Mrs. Eddy, of Albany. :N. Y., ROY nowr. .n. D-- s. II. covr.: I

'1 paid their poll taxes whose names: areII ar amoug the recent aruval They
I Mrs. Myrtle }1. Holt has purebred a '
PIANO CONTESTThese I i not on the list furnished me by the city Seabreeze lot on Piuewood av ''nue whi< his have: taken rooms at the C. C. Bishop Physician and Surthon..1r1: :hitcct Builder and I II
II I i clerk and consequently can not vote I cottage, xabnt/e ave-nue. I I
| being clcard for the erection of a cot I Office and residence: 12-1; So RidgeContractor
votes cast for \ and will probably think they have beenI I The Ladies': Aid shah held their Ho- I

I wronged by be'ng left oil the list. I tage.Mr.. and :Mrs. B. F. tubes and granddaughter regular! session yesterday afternoon at wood Avenue .pp Ri.Jwo..l! ,i'i't! j h..dente; ( and office and'olusia northeast l1.'p.I ct/r-. t
17Otfiifh I ) < t
Phone Hidgl'\\'Jd
a Each issue of the Gazette-News will publish one of these coupons.: I I Respectfully your, !; :Miss Grace J Les. of Bird n- the home of Mrs. )L; C Ilibbard definite tel. Pn-me fl. r S'J. Daytona, Fla
11 m., 2 to 4 and G JO; T? > i p. m.
voted JOhN R. WETHERELL, \. winter d.'i.ltto hold their Bazaar, February I : a.
fit must be within seven days. January oO, 1909. town J are occupying their Iy
I ...................NNr ...MIake
Supervisor of Registration.i I'iuew.Iu'enu.... iMti.: ...................!!..
MW M.....N....N.......NM...I.............. .. I honor, Pine Crest ou J
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THEY NEVER FAIL \! Mrs. U. J. White was in the city

3 TllK BI/SII SAFFORD) Co. lit lit lit from: { Dupont Saturday. f1s

W E. Rallough returned from syrup Electric
V That is \\ hat They Say About Them I I Jacksonville Saturday morning. I Day Curr

PIANO CONTEST in Daytona, and It Is Therefore 1 I
11n.E.. Mason visited with
Reliable. !| friends in New Smyrna Saturday. ( 1 \ 1

:- wIN two' residents of Daytona and vicinity will be awardedtwo Ar. >r'i..r proof. nion 4'\1.1..0. Dayj i j i I l'l'e turned ont
beautiful Howard Pianos, furnished by the Bush & Saffurd I *l"p-to-date moulding for room
I to\Ta t -"tiiiony to *\rl ties '"nlZ' list! of goatly yet promptly
Piano of Miami sole representatives Howard decoration at Barnes' Novelty Store. ,
the R S.
Company of local rw-or'lr' w ho ..n.Jor- the old tjualern I
Co. The contest to be conducted on behalf of the Bash ,t i> lean's KiJnv Pills. R Safford Co. Ly! TIP;; HUTA Gum- [tt and THE DAYTON DAILY ,
? .
'mm- :n iz; *ndor!' 'iii.-nt of that i>markablf from Jacksonville Saturday after- '

NES1: j'ivfaratu I noon. the system ejjectu !y. Iii This 1 will give the citizens of IJartoTlat

__ $2,450.00I I f.1 T' ''pj-r. Bxtvi-li .tn>-t. Daytona, j in
I' A. H. Schmidt of Schmidt Hotel 'assists one
F.a I
":t> ann"t -fak too hisrhlv Seabreeze and i )a3tona Ueaeh an '
One *-1r., S. Howard Piano will be given to the p-erscnorcr- o: II a'. K:>ln..v PilI+. as I think th 'm made a business trip to St. Augus- constipationpermanently. Irx

: anizati"n"n residing in the City of Daytona who receives the highest r !i.r t,.r less tvnwJy I #*er tt.-wt for my tine Friday. \ portunity; to operateElectric

number of votes. tuk .inJ kultwy*. Tory have never -FoBRENT 11& SALE-Furnished :. To get its

And one $4 I) R. S. Howard Piano to the person in Volusia fuurti: : fn when I have calW! I upon tbcrn cottage 107 Orange avenue L. D. bthe i I *

County outside of Daytona wh,> receives the highest vote. f. .r .r. -: I hav suffers! a >gl\-at deal Pitcher next door east. tf beneficial effects u Fans, Flat Irons, Machin

In addition to the two piano: additional prizes will be given to fn a..3oIII.OIJ much 'O at tlmrs '

contestants as follows" : tar!; I a'a" auiblf to work. I would Joseph Osborne Monday installed a enuine.t : j
t : .. 'Hill Self-Contained t and motors of various kinds.: The
tww ": MI 'art That I could not stoop, elecric motor rr ftanufacturcdbytne 'I operating

4 Two Due Bills fur $leach Two Dup Bills for .* !'*)> each ,in of
motors by l.let'trif'it
i Two Due Bills f.r$17-" each Two Due Bills forf ":each "\ : ..> TvwardiM] n itb .harp twin! +f. engine at the automobile club house. CALIFORNIAFIGSYRUP is clean

1 I Two Due Bills for $ lu"each; Two Due Bills for :a' each D- ,.\1. .,. 1 K'-Jiiry! filU, wn at la t pro- A number of young people enjoyed and economical.' Ask u about the cock "
t; Two Due Bills f'r, -llV. l > each" Two Due Bills fTf 2o? each 1 i ''In-I i 'i nitnt HanUnV drutf stor* and a picnic Saturday at the Kidder o.
t.TM: "n> '.1t'/ioD..rat"'l their mrit by .1
1 cottage on Daytona Beach. The sat LtAIt-C, ) LtauCGlsss.5o4,..8CTT\.L ;
h ;.t'\ '.;; nit- I ktlnni on hand at
t Contest Commenced Dec. 1st 1906. Closes March 31. 1W9. ., .. Misses Maggie Morgan and Gladys Adam Schantz Electric light
;i. rr: r : a\ :in a.fof u.-J. I will d!1
4 j Hend ricks were responsible for the |DAYTONA INSTITUTE.
ai'unrari'i i } 11t\tJ'" Kidney lill. i in j
1 afiair.

I RUES Affl' REGrLA' TIO. S. HOW A'D' 'HfRE II[ { TO GET[ \\'OIES[ i:, t'ot mleinN U.".r :-t.rwidy, or i! rTvralm.-vtiionj vommended) ."them 5 to (I F"R SALE-Three show cases and I' Miss.! No.: .: %KLI/HETII! Tmes IIIII1"Io'7T| -hl.K-k.trTH&TOEYEK.YEAR t'acbtr Principal>et. t I E. L. GUNX, General Manager./ 1

1 Fur ale by all: dealers! Price 50 cents.Fi one 14-foot counter at BJrne3oc '' x>uth i 1 The .'Ylt..t i j. ojien to auyosellfinff : The ftiJ'Oiriiiz:: merchant wll!: !give l ...
> tt'r-)Ii.urn: Co., Buffalo! X. Y., sole Store. Instruction. Crutch
] in hOlusia! : County. who H i .,tt TtrturevrrT.rntiuldint"iteir" : R RJ I elty i: Ing. ..! I'uplia n..ln. < .pfx-liil attviilluii.Tut 0.NO...Je8.lOM eeHOG G.4i41tIC11t 9C "" yMo
know 1-y the conductors of the a;i-nta for the United' ?Utes. '
t.>[lall.5. utlon.: Drawing.. Literaturrstld
onrstabL --- -
: ;- test, (vouched for by onie rej-u- !inient? for good tsh! theyhaadie Recember the name-Ioan'a-an L M. Waite and A. R. Edwards. rurrrni K\-nr,..

tab! person to them well! known : take" no other.MAJOR'S j who took the Shrine degrees in FREE SAMPLES OF WAL APE

J. .{oenl1rloveatta.hrurratirt! FKCK-HENI'' CO.. l>ry tiooj.iL'O. -, : Jacksonville Friday night, returned DR. T. A. DAVIS ----..

of the firm-pr.oj-rif;are rliiriliV>ts of to tl>e partK-ipate al-or narnpd in- H CLARK. Jewelry aid ="t..- PROCLAMATION OF ANj:j'i Saturday afternoon looking> as iflwj P.Tlf EIWPI5T NEW Wail riper wil: ki5, :r L I A" 'r c.unl

th'iutet.! and will: articipiite in tionery.L. :\l MUNICIPAL:' ELECTION.: they enjoyed the fun as much as cban&e \.: : :: ':1 H IIII
( I I The latest.! safest and most s<-ientiilcmethod d L:rs attractive rt V5,4{; .. ..i ,
DO maun 'r. It. L\ 4 iGrocYrlr" '.. the other fellows. II j of treating the f-ick. : ;; .., I pu .t
I > t S-am-in.. Mayor of tor City uf i Includes cbeerfui L- DC. ; >.,; ", V :i II nl Jlq'L
; 3. In tl.e event of a mltunlrrTHEd1ZFrTESEtt :, Cl'MPANY.IIANKINS. Da> '.:it. la.. do hoI''by8011 the Collars 2 ;| every drugless system C) tt-opatby We place at your door : I. ..;cad pool
f r ". tandins: U-tw n CAndidate other : The 'trug i..t. far i- .t .- .,.Con to 1.* held at the l\-lCu.1 lit T I I : : (cents all style of shirts i S'ientifio Mas.-ace.I Women and children the privilege of arks: +,Y :: ,, 4... ,, ', iC 'of .::TJJF1CIaAJc
f inters tel in tbi:* contest curb R. n. M.' DOXALI. MratM.B. *. II a.. -i,1' :sr r'-nth 10th) day of Februat I! lo cents with work left and called 1 1i a fpfcialtr.: Exatninaiion:: !ne. dooi from the tof t ": '"" r t:-.: i'' e ha>t old
I controversy may l... tvferrv l to theconductors At I LT.MAN.Oeut:-FnrniSnngsGRUr.EKMORRISHARl'W ; \ 1 1\>y at win h eWtion the quail! j l for i at Daytona Steam Laundry tf I \('ornerPJ osrtr poj.toff.c--, UnytooaPbillip and mOlt ruled 1i i+' 1J-. ;..; ., II t.:' +. im r. .T.tsdt
of the bo ftlone; IWadJ. the South. ;
'ont4"Oot. \\ flare d} -. ; >F* .f' tbe City Hill ra.t tLeir i -- w ::ottey. j

f ., the p. .r sun. .j-iatitied to render : \RE CU. tia.( .it- ': t''I"! -\vtiou vl the following I I Vet Cave proprietor of the Cave .,a ... lIb flC...-. 'i .,... *>-' t I' .fq..l; litlts...
, Jeci"'ih' U1M5HM II.iLEFin I I'
: :rv ffi -'- cigar factory on X. Beach slrrrt. his r. Robi .oi*. Architect
! 1. In tli...tfUt a "llniiJ'\t..J", J.." 1 1-;. \1.\ .: :. >r \jne year. the idea of .
given '
$ up trying to manufacture a. ::al Bid's:
I tnwit'i iraw fii um the ra r'. "t tivhan: < Cast. < > .< ( ..: ". '..r niie jear: vi auu.h G.!. BALFE-CONROY COMPANYMERCHANTS lattant
Where Votes May Be ... I'I for the Porto Rico F.xrx.rtCo. .. .
dkJat" \\ i. not W allowfjt. traiM-r +ii \. ..-> ir f-ir u'ut' year: H. ,... ..
I ,"ott-lt.ttotb> It dlt oiuuotrr: Ha'.lot: ttotn '. \ Hid In : ',(> 11.4; II, .., tur. Ito oiw year: before? some time in the spring, M i ,0 ."

t i dldat in lilt: coiitst t.ln.!) .# "rvi.r..llt"'j in t'' !14 ",ttc'4t.I 1 h;.. r*.-a..iirvr. cur innjrar; : owing to the late start he made, but : : i 'sH.igslowr.11t. ,
I'i.rvvl!. lint...iP. tf; for I I he is well pleased with the to 'al bar J' i'S. fjCU O CtlIi'
I .. ... very c '''Uj1'0"IUD.
, : %II'':..,:J\I--iiitier\ -.!r of the Cit\ Council. fu f r 'cal' he has acquired{ which} i is! I A. D. ::1ctsRIDE J. 8. CO'\ l.U" f....{ !

I r "'" i .ear to tit: tin UUe\Jired term constantly growing and devel ping r ...,au ,PresiJest ke Prts.

! i i"I I :,.. !II 1 1"11\110. rr..itllyd; i BANld
RIGHT OFF raEF 1 :SV i II'if;: !I."I..r..i, tin- City CouiM-iI.'! for ; FoR RENT-Furnished jvttace on

'i 1 1 xar.. t" till The uiieipired term Ridgewood. reasonable rent by year i t
K: L >!b"/ir. r'-..r tiTit J; Enquire Mrs. Brower. southeast USA:'''''' U. \'LI 4I., t .ii try !L ''' n

j" i THE TREES 1 >I''ui+rie tllI'l1..Jl'lr..J S: :h.rti! rru-te] *term. fur of tow U.f((1 H.1:" corner Loomis and Palmetto. : THE CLENIOOD) :, Capital: Stock. .. ... . .. .. . . . S 50,00(|

: w;'i: N h.t faik-. tt! to '|Uilifyt -- -- $ Surplus and Profits . . . . . . . :i5Ic(
\ ih-b! ciei. lion. Ji,'ni I. l.v ti. b. J M .......................... SEABREEZE. FLA.
Nearly\ all the fruit that comes > ar-.ta an.1V.t R Cbittenden) chall a*:I JJP Four percent interest paid} ,'n :Savings firr-nnrs and TimeUficatel |

to the market is picked while *" 10,1". l tor. +. arid D. I h. Iulrrs.hal 1 Legal Notices : tAU pu>ru nct. >'t1OOL0 MH> E.MulitK I of Deposit. No ri"tice It .('Iin.oj i f r wilhdratral>t
green 4 t a. n.\\';
L The Fintst r sntd ClNda m tot'6or1and .
r allowed to npcn on the way. I I'bores uii.W rnv" han-i and the real ofthfCityof .......................... > Nol>E. Safe Deposit Boxes For Rent.
61'V4HTJEUSTYLESI"TI", .("' 'US, I".l.uun.a. and I in pui''uarRif -
Of course such fruit never has the "f f :t T> .ollii. of the fitfIlIJII -il of TAX: : ASSESSOR'S :NOTICE. Ekxtric Lights, Telephone, all fi"t.ft" e 'V1i a.t
i -:kid i ) slit. j<\..i*.,l IVtemW'r :2?. 1i/l IS.Tbo t .. .. tf u.rI..Ji'W..u..t; !: !!':;:' g'
delicious flavor of that which is ripened in nature's manner ;* 3 th day of f 1 IH! $>. IwlllTwatthrtulluttlnepl. -r.rtp.'ihr.t.tur. Tfi. t.". Conveniences.j -
i vt-l r TnWturnturh Tiiv"i "
For this reason Atiwt: U IV. SK MAN. uf 1'tb; ;j <, .. .1.! ... I{. \TI\. .. H.",lta .. !! \TH'i.i I.
r I M I iyor of L'.iy to'0;'. '. FLORIDA EASCOASTRAILiLOCAL
Ent.rpi'ITudn, .1. 311. true
I .
A MK.. PoRTKK. .. .
: > In. i >(> : Kn: for w-.x>!.11.c. i.
THE ROYAL SCARLET BRAND =>'! ] City Clerk.! No. S i r ugr? 1'it). Tu.......,. ....It. alL from I
T Itr 11 .. in.Nu. .- F. liUl '11:, Proprietor. TIME CARD No. 77. Effective January}
4 l>rIj>,iiU. :Moulav.. hVhk 1st. ff M ''He
::a. m.No. I >X 99 'o.3 No. !9 ". : '. "s h.
; is really superior in flavor and healthfulness to any of the t IvUootprliito.. :\I....i*). ,.. IK '.....1 i Prohl S,-Mfcvr -'.. !"*'. to April :.'.. !I..- DAILY DAILY DAILY DAILY MAIN' UNE' :' ,: ., :.1 DAM
Notice to Tourists frviu r to 11 .. h.. I y! i)vu 4 ptn Id 00 am JI) am Lv Jaccjon-: I' : ,: '
I t fresh fruits that come from nearby orchards during the few No. ". KKJrK.1,... ...... ..... f'' --- 10 hi pat t SO pra 11 10 ala 8 oO toi Lv M.Air.L-uu :., '; I:' ;;;j.'m :042.19i 1a.
Ii Intuit a. in.Nu. -1 It W01 :i sa pm 11 51 ani 9-43 km Lv Fit Faiatca L. 5 ;;r ... .
i l : days of the fruit season. .. -.. \iiir. \V !IMU.\. r IK ...... tr'uAiAfter .\111.1. -. HUTKL Ijtmr.vM.iKRThe l :'S pm'. LT Hotel: <>i uiuad L\ .... .. r,I yu a..q.....
i ,. /656pm,13apm91famLy., ... Ora.oi..I.. j'I.'
.l" tu 12 let.u. I or..aa ;ro.,. .w .' .r.. ; ; IIsta
c t ROYAL SCARLET FRUITS are gathered and put up at \ ; 1".0.1. :\Iu......,. tIbI fn.ui x :5 1 N& au am'; 7 100 42 pm pm i 2 143 a pm pm 11 12 S3 W pm am LT Lr_Xe"Sinym Dirtuca 1.L.. :$21: J: :; .-. I'r-;,,9, 124.100.
. I : ri.t;. to :J p. in. I INo. 3 U aci 8 Spm,320pm 1 30 Lr ..Ttt..t'e.-, .
tit i pm
y u: ift very -st tram Ii ; J c i : ; ;n 61a
the orchards the and the flavor .: I 1-n.Monn. W...atiay. fVk. K\h. i\ t J 11 pro LT .....,:.*\.e I. : .; ....s
t ; : very day they are ripe, trotr a-1; ,'t'!. t-- [P"inl"V > anJ the fed: fruiit ta 12 r. la. j jNo. 359 am tU pml J5J pm. J 14pm IT. .Koctl L.1: > 't. : ", !.m dinTjou
,. IVrt ..r.II..<. Tfijr. F *. | Morgan JWpmLr _E.n'a.le L.9
A4jr. Mb1 i
r nature alone can give is preserved. 1 .n 1 I ii.}ia': River Orange, the b ?$t tm li> to I 12 a. Hi.No. i p .. 00 pm LT.. Melbourne.: S.; :v :::j
.. i 6 02 ara 11 a pra i < 05 pm i w r-m LT .Ft. Pierre L: r''J 1 ; ;
hNr "ia,rw*. T\-mt,.. ..-... Xkl. T .io Jam .
::n il} e Sute. >i l 11 miles south 4ro[ I 1'; t7Da
I al
F Royal Scarlet stands for the best in the Canned Goods line from : lu % p. m. ;' "" 1'I I f" VN :I' 8f..ara Sltpm' T Si pm Ar .P... Bess. Li 7 t Aoo "'; am ........
.' f rom Dayt)n.i on the Daytona anJ i No. 12 \ .1 \ AV KNM h- .
' from \40 to 12 .. u.. 11 JO am 3 40 tin |. LT Miami...

1 t !L I FOR SALE BY 'y.--' V _.......-.. (: NV\v Smyrna rt. 'f.PRICES I I 12 i:s.Tomok nt. ; *. Moijdu*. K..... lit.I .. tn.ui tII t;' 1:2 23Ipm: Pia .s:2aml. : :.........:::;. :..:........ .. .AT Ar :.Howe.teed..Lv.LoogJCpt..::tr::.:.:.:.:.::: : ::.:::::. ;.:.:

_3 3>_pm r fQam1 .... ... .
DAYTONA j'LA. Ar_Knlrtt 2eY far...... .. 9
\t: iiBO TUt-mlnV. Kfbk Shi. (reset Ii ; 9 M ; Vla .
1 oD. p. i n.-.COAr tier Wed
!: VJilf"A..Cn.: .
L. U LYMAN.M. ..MODERATE.IFERD to II L .u. ..43OpsnVIaP.A0.5.5.On.Ar 'Haran..LTTtaP.t'.Cat101a.ii
:I No. U Lak. H..l..o. \\".>|jwl v. .id.j I j H.[ )l. MANWILLEK, rKUl'RIETOR .(;-'lIr Sund.y. .
_. from II'' to 11 a. ni.No. aapt Transdo TV Vt -- -. __ U Frit... .
I ---- ---- - = =_= I II I I mxm PROPRIEIOR. J p. ni.No. tk.froMMw j -- P.L.TKBR.CH

I ................................. ........ ............ --- I ;111 HI. tson. Mt w..I",.. ...... 1st. frvm 2: j ---- ---- -- Leers East EAST P.u..UKA-TO Arri\"e Lra'e i \\T Lta'T'Palatka
to J TU. t rv
p. p
; i ) No. .: < Kt....n. \\....Ir..J..j. F..t.. aUfr.Hii ;!' LOW TIDES on the BEACH P.U.ATK.hau t.artt I \! \r. ;A. J

i !i \ ELLA DE VOY CO.LADIES' i Tin and I, 2 to 1..111.. I! D.y 01 i 3 :0 am L._V r o. 46-r..Ur.-: =-' S 40-am .: IS;. ... .. : I ly
I Daytona \o Hol! > Hill.Tu.-.It.MI" from i! '0\ UEC.: Jt\. 15 7) Am I 1'111 6 ,
.' .... W
... 1\ t h I' -'-' &III 6 ;i0 j am .
1.-.x0.S i I'
1"0. in i iN. S 40 am o) Daily ....._. a r..zr 91i _. ... .
.' : : ... .., .. ... 9 iN am 62 sae t : : q
HATTERS i Plr h.Twrds frout o. Iraliy :_ -
.IL :2 f .11113 an 1131 ai.' 1 !
toS p. m. j .. :o&..; i:10... 9:10... 1: 05 Jm 1-.\o. SI ['ray......., pa _._. '. .rey... ..
,- : Correct in SUles., I OPEN ALL THK Jirwt No. X' .*. ..TWsUurFt-b.Ntb.fru.u ti!:::: : .. .::. 520..1U:1.i : 21 50 : ,: :=.?: 5i le btily Ua11y.: :_. ..I : 4ps. ti J'It"1_"i 1 .i :;iJ1 i--: ;a.1':h
YE.R.D Sheet Metal Works :: tuip.n.. | :.. : : ... 97. :::.ilN..: Sv ... .5a: 60 .. 1 t m v' i 'I ...
< :% i Ii So IiD Frr b :' l'ativna. I'M! >. .'.. *.. January I..t... )I.e. .. : .10:30..ll..ii.. JrD Dallr: ,1213 aID i i :2 D ...... :\" till t'no: .

I. ........ ......N..................................... .. .... P.. WIL"u ... 5..11:03... ...n::!..... ...12-1-1... SAN MVIEO BaU H :;
Tux \ t'Miut>. Flu. .. 6.. ..11:1 .... .12:1'3... ... 1.229... -
... 7. ; : '.. : ...,... .. .11. Leese Fail. EAr PALAIF..1 TO AMTe ....,1_ H" ".'",, : 'T', F3..
;/ .:' Z...............4.4..N.... .... e....... ..... .... .I Tin Roofing Guttering Master's Sale. 1, 5..1'.11..4..1.1.:: :: .2.53.:: hh: ?AN MAtEO 3Cateof. i i' ;s3

Me ::: ::: : :::!::: ::'::: ; ::
: i I Under l and by virtuot ,-\ .1 rv.- of 9..1.25.. 1:15. 3:30. I 1 U aro ....... ye. 49 t'.9tT......... f .
i' It .
i LING l WAHICHINESE I .. .. : .. :::19.1:00.: .., I .... Q6. "t ... "'&.dTJo. '
i fuivvlonur and 'ae. rD ] iv.j m tb* 'ir- .10..1'" 2:10',1. i tm o. sa I'LiI- ....... a J.... ; :-....;
Copper Work .uit Court of the S-r..iitb Jtklirial Clrt .. ". #"I';, ". 3:13...:... 15.... _.
r1R T cz.Ass 'u'tof the Mate "f f Ft! >ri l.i. in au tf Volunia County. hv tJv Hon. Minor S. ...13. ... !10..1.. .. 4:35... ... '>:25... only Su. only Icily 0&\.UD.4. hao t: MAYFORT BR \\XI1 :e h.f
I 1 I Tanks of all kinds JoDff. Judson :of a'l; ) C"urt. tat..t ttweighth ..14..L. :07... :: ; 7X2.: .. :3 1 O. ;m'lO 10 .. '. .r cast
I' LAUNDRY c 6 itc: sJi f am $ CMTm s )a':1 Lr .. --- .
C .
: : :: .
>0... .. l.t.:
; day of f 0. "Dlb..r.\1 liu>. ia a .1.-... : 2 W P Q ) 5It.1II W nn 6tdaml.i I..: ...... i
.. t :3#...'... 7:05... ... 9:2-3.: 43 JoID 10) 5 am 4 tIS V V t1311M
5 214 ortain. caeU'e --ii.Jr.i : in said OnirtI .16. : pm 84; aD Lt. .Ai& *
I :North Beach : ; I IIIIJ
Street DAY10NA. FLORIDA. | :. 7:33.. ... .. ... 3'9' Slai lloam70)pni__ 4mam .t- \r, : ":-i
f. All f done wherein I CorDfliui C'hriotUniy i U C"tu- : .i; : >-00.: 10:25.: : i U+trtT.
*J Stiff Uvou: : slur! *. o 'tn frvat .....I U Nightshirts ..... l tl>> : rt-['airiug first- : plam.vat: anJ S. :S. Fleming.'t.| ..IS... >:55. 91<0..11:20.. .. T r-.i:!:'%' I "';;! ;; Gtr'! s k. ..... 1 it&. -. a

White sliirts.. .. .... .. .. .. .. 10Voul lrn hire ila-is;: t) It Prvujjn atttulionpi Fletiiintr.: H. H. flt'mll.R.: H C. flues! ...I!19... ... 9:4.'L.: ... 9:47..12:14... S 55 I.m Ii 0), &_ L.. st.. !' f cocci,:!-kd-
= J 10 ,. ....' .. 1 JI*If >>...'...10 ... ...12:20... 4 j.m A' 121) i'u' .- j'd. i i.j. ..
: 10
I f, Check ulrt.i .. .. ...... '" ? fnder -h.rt ..... ... .. vcn to all work. and Ji>Mrpbin" F Coiiibn Site Ivk-ii-iaitt!.. 0. ; 10. rOe t.. i Lao.'iZ.lZ. L. 11 .' .... et.4
: :T. J.-
: .. .. .. ... ... 19,1.tG: : 30 L lR.ti ;
.. 21. .11.23..11:44i.: J *; am Cn
t r 1-' J Xewshiru. ... ... ..... ..... ......13 Driers...... .......... I the will bitfhfi-t 1: Vital bidJt-r.pubiio at tt'R-roD.ties fn.nti.H.r f r a-l!,I. t--..: ...c: 12' 'i. '...t2......'... 2-tu.. _4jfi---1,11-:J a am ,. CTIT !:. L.L..i tlW ..nIC..Mm..J..1 _4 'J'n. .'!!!, ..V J

I : Shirts 'dbu attach-d..13' Suds, per pair........ '" ,3 j >: bop N.J." 1.' :St-atL trttt, Daytona th- Court Hour. :ill IvLanJ. ID vitl; .. : .' I2::ii.. .. i-'SO __ r. a v's c-..... n. '._.::-- /. ., I.... t.k ./

(tl f 2 Collars. each...... ....... ....... ..........".$ Haadlereh fl!............ ...... .. .. ::1 : County of Vithifia;; alit :'tJ"f F'' ::.. : : ? .. 12'.i..343... Ci..vas.'IW.. a irpn ..., aria 1'. Q i c c 'W ,. 'A.' I Io. llinC

f' Cuff.p.r p.ur .......... ... .... ...... .... I silk 1I..:..Jjerrhiff"I' Brown & Coleman. on.\ tale.; A FIRST D. 1XK MU.NDAY bfii the l.N Si>rEBftRY. t .) [. .,: ::, IN; )1..:: :.... isi.4:;it.: .... w C ko'G.." ......Tt'CET'aLLS..- .... .rev .me....l a..........."...... .1t.ata rot :s.=ern_ .-II.. .n._e.._h'.__ ..-n. ..<. **'
.. < ay..r .eti .. V,4 1 *"
tF w ..TiroUrsa t':",..Jl"S at ... said: nioDth. Jurinj the. ifpil h..ur> "f fA ... ; .. .) i0. .S.iU.. ... (,:3-1... rr u..1i. roe 4.1e, .. .. ...__..... .r... : r:.v. _._ l'l- ,
i.-orre r-OD'iii.c; iT'ufs. MASONIC: .. :>. liD day all!I M the i wniiidiWriUJ ....'... ... 3 57 ... 4:47.. ... 7:3;... fOil con Of THE LOcu TtME CRAG 011.. orE.Ath- *
1 .N .0......e.................N.... N. ........IT-..1. !n U.K\X: L"ittK. DIRECTORY.\... :. pro rty ritil.ite ;in the County ....V... 4:55.. ... 540... ... !>:..;... J. 1). RAH\ER. A.a.ue Ccaa-aJ Fawe..s ; r .N Sf iLGL'STL\L iK ; 110 .
y F..t A. 11 ...3u. o.OO 6:55 9.52...
of \1\' and State of
Ms t1! 1F.\X;-.t aud l'H.\PTER.rj Tburmlatt.H No. ... R. A. :M L. t" Th.-vt-. Four an.J FIT t :*.t'.er.4 Jt; =".. ...;: :.:...:::: ::: > 0O.::: ::: ...:.. .:.. ,. ,.. . . .
1 T f 'r' t' 1' 1' 1 T' T' %1-1Ud Thar..Ja.. of !Bu.k! Two ,2; ,,; Marc C. Fk-a. to 1'* '-- -- --'- --- -- -- -

f'A 'H\1-: ;..XT.tL4"/V.tXUiRY.Xo.... Tla ..It:. .- *abd\i-ion: t>f L.t One sal pi S.ti.i.>n F"rPDI.'I'n Slid afternoon tldts are approxinu.ely -
1. ".V: 'VK: 'H.SPTERo..r..Jay :. E y._ Ten 10; T wn-ht; SixtB: I'; *.. u'ii. &t the same hour. Automobiles Daytona Ice Companj
San l Mateo i \1. .- a.11 uh TurmJsvsVa 'Jf Range Th.tty.thit) f.vt.24th.Javof can be Jm-b <:& the beach two
[: Cigars ,.. :Dr U..) raage af au e. Ttll;!, : IVifatvr.! .\. !N..1'**'". hour afar high title i ttr. j uithin t'" o: }
V J. Lk.E .('..av.lirp hour* ..f l...;h tiJf. PURE ICE
-- ral'tattrr: in Ci131trti. )

oiu. ,,,a \-QUnI\ r 1"1 hla.: Made from :
Have Made J F'TZi.ERAI.0: i OATt, Come and Distilled Water.
r e
\----.J 4i 69Best 1'cnt4antate: : =.Vlkitvr-. see our .factory. .corner. lair; :31 ':: V, ;-. ., .,-. a o. .r .. 4. ,) .
; i A Muter's, Sale.' stock -
Reputation of -
1 ROSES I D..t'r Hid) t 10 yirt'J; .' .4 It ']'1 r.r'' f '. -r>
.',.01'1.t :" .n.t fN'.1l.; .>r.-i.l! iti th ('it.C4VUrtl.f .
! k { trw. :'.. .ni.lhuii', l i Or. ., : :
t Their Own. suum IN CIMIIT1 tbestot, F'on.Le.n: aiiii fr \ ..,.,. .: BlanketsPillo's 4 ll
r i I Get 8IST ttLS7i1i County t., ti-H; ..i, }Min..r J..n.....J ?'-. Comforts
Ass F7.w.e r 011-. 4 ",i.j .,rt..jl.Jt .layi.f 1a...,. 7''
1 hv <>$ of the I San Mateo tl i.t Rrt..0 EuM nrW tor ta oITM. < I..r t It t :sly ; 11r
Clear i i" one of O'.t.wso:Slt.e) .143 554 iiinl ; In a "rr.iill '.q1 tILf t-1 : ;
hers /L11.aiLAF1 ;:i aid, ..urf. Nhrr In Corr .
: : I. t! .t' ,it-atest: industrial! triumphs of the Eat: Cla>t j1 ILSKat W FAX 1Y6 NIl.1 tIaYC.c.c. *"', in .trlo.j. ;.. C..II.t.nn..ttt; anal Siii ,
cant d a- o. .. Prmo4 S. Khrzaiitrf. tf..ri( I.| ,
'er its F.... IlrhiLZ" R H '
:- 'h't' the freeze. 4 T1iE GIZ1.W GJ BaOI. ,. a/ .:.-.It arj.i J' -!H.buF.; Coiut. :u" Ivf.-; andAiattresses.
+r ........ itut*. I I rt ti l fwi.' at J!uf.,'h- M-h-IMili. f..r
?\. fro m the ch<$kf': t growths of fl.ha't'that lLa.t : i ..j,-bV to the b:1b-t; aids t.....t L.lwr .-
; s '. ." : I rul.i and I the I" t"l :" the. fr./n door ;.} the C'-urt H..u.... .r. Iiai > .
uhl! tf C'il'a l lva ,
nit J.rlu.: :It..1. l "r. 4 .}. n nikiC! .uutt.dV..Iu.ioYu.i'-t.t*-
; :lit rich. sky! ]leaf in>.. n rii Fat ('uart pL.I" :, ; ,, Roses and Ornamental ..f F.,rnla, ..a 'I* "FIRST. Mo.M".\\ I INFb'HRL'ARl. +

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